Lazy Sundays


I’m sitting here writing this with a mug of hot milk and biscuits while it’s raining outside. Because that’s how I roll…

Thanks for the comments, suggestions and the following on the blog – I’ve added in a few new bits and I’m going to try and add a different quote of the day each morning (or lunchtime – I’m not good at early morning starts!) so watch out for those and let me know if you have any you’d like me to put up. I’ve finished one article for the magazine about how to cope (or not) in social situations and will start on the next one about further education this week. Has anyone got any comments on how having sm has affected them accessing further education or jobs that I can add to it?

I was starting to feel like I’d taken on too much doing the magazine but I think setting up this blog has helped and spurred me on a little. I still need lots of photos and articles from you all though so if you wanted to help out and send in anything please do! I’ll keep updating the I Want To Help page and will put up a deadline date soon (probably around mid-August) so I have enough time to put it all together.

Thanks everyone, have a good week and I’ll update again next weekend 🙂

Lazy Sundays


Comments

Lizzie says:

You are on a roll! I have experience of getting into college but only managed 6 hours over 2 days before they said they couldn’t cope with all my needs so I was basically kicked out/removed so I don’t have much experience to write about :/
But I know lots of others do!

I’m struggling with my concentration at the moment but I’m trying to put an article together about meeting someone else with sm 🙂

Ps that photo had inspired me to get some tea and my wheat free goodies which I now have infront of me 😉 xx

rosie says:

I am indeed! Thanks for the smile picture you did, was really good. I might have to print it out and put it on my wall! No worries there’s still over a month to go so take your time 🙂

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