Personal Eye View
It seems the world goes mad nowadays for celebrities doesn't it?
Most of them are either pinned to the walls of students or liked by us the general public who read magazines like Heat and OK to find out the latest gossip and those celebrities sometimes become role models to us.
I want to dedicate this post to my role model in life which as you might of guessed is Mik Scarlet.
Whenever I have felt bad about things that have worried or upset me , I've always thought about Mik and his positive attitude to life.
I have found that helps me a great deal because I know that he would
see life in a different way and show people that if you have a disability
you have the same rights as anyone else
Mik is also a great social role model for young people like me.
If I met him I would tell him that!
So Mik, If you're reading this, thanks for making me believe I could have a career in disability issues and for making me a better person!
A STRANGE WAY OF THINKING
Do you have a strange way of believing that spiritual things really do happen?
I been thinking about this after the bits in the Heaven and Earth show where
Julie Fernandez tries to teach Matt Allwright that such spiritualist things can happen and
to help Matt to become a better person in himself.
I bought a book recently which helps to develop your sixth sense and to discover what different things mean when you think about them. I've become interested in psychic powers a lot since my friend Chris told me that he was into it and showed me by believing he could make me see that spirits do exist. It was very scary and freaky at first but it got me interested in psychics, and to becoming like Matt Allwright to be a better person myself.
What's your views on this subject? Do you think that spirits and ghosts are real?
GETTING AHEAD IN THE DISABILITY FIELD!
Working for a disability charity as I do in Hertfordshire has made
me come to realise it gives you a sense of knowledge and compassion
to help all the customers and clients who pass through our doors
each and every week to buy a vital piece of equipment or to use our
services such as counselling, driving school etc.
Even our Mobile Easier Living Exhibition is a big hit
with staff, customers and clients!
Good old Ivanhoe he keeps our charity going by promoting us
widely!! It also helps me to understand disability issues and
networking with Damon from BBC Ouchgives me a sense of finding out more
That's where I would work in the future, fingers crossed!
Update on today's post
Thought I would tell you about sites I like. They're worth a visit!
- www.bbc.co.uk/ouch - My best favourite site ever!
- www.scarletmessiah.com- My hero Mik Scarlet's Webpage
- www.macintyrecharity.org.uk- Website devoted to the work of Macintyre Care,if you click on Transition project launch there's 2 pictures of me and two friends Ajay and Ellen.
Thought I would write another post, I get the feeling that people aren't sure about my blog,
My views and opinions are fine and I am like a lot of you in a number of ways.
I am interested in different things .
I am sure you lot have opinions that are the same as me.
I would like anyone to post comments.
Exciting things will be happening in the future and a disability premiere so will that will sure be interesting so watch this space, folks!
BBC STAFF WALK OUT!!!!
What's your take on the latest news that most of the BBC were striking today?
I think I have to agree with all those who bravely fought to keep their jobs today
but I think Mark Thompson the Director General should have given staff some way by a way of compensation.
I kept thinking about workers from my favourite website BBC Ouch, which is an excellent site and they got caught up in it as well.
I wonder what they were thinking when they stood with the masses of workers?
Do any of you have views about today's strike? Post comments if you do!
Hello, I am new to the world of blogging but will definately enjoy posting and telling all you lovely peoplewho blog on this website about life, questions I have always pondered on and news and opinions on one of my favourite subjects, disability as it is my passion and love issues surrounding it1Bye! Will post again soon!