Four months have passed since the diagnosis. This is the impact it has.
A thank you to the specialist teams who help us refocus on the positive side of life.
How three hours of unrivalled joy were simply the culmination of three months of hope and excitement
I'm living in the space between normality and chaos, forging my own path as we fight MND.
Today I start my second week in my new job. Six days ago, I had to bite the bullet and tell them about Mum.
I am supporting the #MyEyesSay campaign for MND Awareness Month
Since the diagnosis, my home life has influenced my work, because it has changed me. My first fundraising effort marks how brilliant my employers have been.
It can be easy to think that being diagnosed with MND means a life of despair. But some good can come from it.
One month on from diagnosis, how are things going?
Mum’s happiness is the most important thing in the world to us now, and a weekend of laughter is the perfect tonic. Making every day count isn’t about making every day big. Every day is a memory, and the small things matter just as much as – if not more than – the big. … Continue reading Soaring High