So the year has nearly finished! What a crazy one.

Oh my goodness what a crazy year this has been. A quarter of which has been in yet another lockdown because of the pandemic. If you didn’t know about it, where have you been?


This year has been a year of almost normality yet not! There have been things that have been shut, new rules to follow set by the government. Then more changes as some of the rules were reversed. And as I write more things are happening.  In the sense that other countries are opening up for us to travel to but not everywhere.


What has this year given me?

This year has given me a real sense of change in myself. Yes, I have cerebral palsy but the fact I moved house at the end of 2020. That was a big change in its self after 23 years in the same place. It was a positive move although there were challenges.

What hasn't this year given me?

The biggest thing is that it hasn't allowed me to get the dream home the way I wanted but that's ok. There are more changes ahead but they are for the future of me and my family. 

These have to be done in stages so that that's ok.

What do I think the rest of the year has got for me?


This year has got me a few lovely things as well as a few awesome memories. It also has been able to have some brilliant experiences that are still continuing.


and some not so good ones. But that's ok. Life has got to give both sides of things because that's what we as humans, disabled or not need as well as the food and drinks that we need to have to survive. But I'm not sure what the last few weeks are going to give me.

What has the year taught me?


I'm not sure about that point but I'm learning all the time and sometimes the lessons are not finished in one day. They may take weeks or months to actually learn the things that. But that's alright and it doesn't matter how long the lessons are needed. However, these lessons are not necessarily wanted despite being taught them anyway. And that's fine.


What did I want to learn?


That's an interesting question to have but I'm not sure exactly. The fact that I'm learning a lot more about how things have been and can be. These are long term lessons that I personally need to learn. Everyone's different but the lessons that are taught are universal ones that everyone should know. yet not everyone knows them all.


So what's next?


Who knows what is around the corner life has for me in the next year but I'm beginning to learn that despite all the best intentions things can and do go wrong even with planning.





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