Cats are independent, mercurial creatures, notorious for being contrary and prone to changing their minds on a whim. This is why so many people love them and they were so revered by the ancient Egyptians.
With that in mind, please be aware that all opinions expressed in this blog are entirely my own and I reserve the right to realign my view at the drop of a hat, if I so choose.
I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2006, a progressive neurological condition which mainly affects my mobility. There are numerous impressive medical terms to describe how I walk, but I think wobbly leg syndrome sums it up nicely.
As a result of said wobbly leg syndrome, I am a passionate advocate of access for the disabled and so this subject features heavily in this blog, alongside business content related to my full time job as a freelance copywriter. I love to travel, read, go to the theatre, have occasionally been known to bake, I’ve lost over 5 stone by joining Slimming World and am owned by two black cats. It is, therefore, entirely possible that any of these subjects may crop up from time to time.
In a civilised society, I don’t think it’s acceptable that people should be barred entrance to anything simply because they walk with a stick, or sometimes need a wheelchair to get around.
If it happens then I write about it. If it doesn’t happen I also write about it.
Step inside the Cat’s Cradle for an insight into a wobbly legged world.