Experiencing an Epileptic Aura

I was fourteen when I first starting having seizures. Before I was diagnosed with epilepsy I noticed that I had a weird tingling pain, almost like really painful pins and needles seconds before I would have a seizure. In time as my understanding grew and I realised this was an aura I don’t think you can ever adequately describe an aura to someone who’s never had a seizure.  It comes out of nowhere soft and floaty, like my… View Post

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A Relaxing Mother’s Day

Last weekend was Mother’s Day and it was a really relaxing day. In fact the whole weekend was relaxing. Mother’s Day started with breakfast in bed, Croissant’s and fruit juice. E decided to have the same breakfast and had it in bed with me which was lovely. It was so nice having breakfast in bed. Once I climbed out of bed I was given some lovely presents. Emily had made a fab card at school and one… View Post

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6 Things You Can Learn From Someone Living With Epilepsy

I often reflect back on times in which I would say to my husband or family that they just don’t understand what I was going through because they were not living my condition. They were not walking the road I walked. I am certain many of us living with epilepsy do say this to those we love and care about the most. Out of frustration and hurt unintentionally. It simply because I wish they could… View Post

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Win a Children’s Spring Time Fun Bundle from reroom *Closed*

It’s almost spring, probably my favourite time of the year. I just love all the pretty flowers, the nights getting lighter and lots of lovely new-born lambs. I also like a little bit of spring cleaning. Or in my world a little bit of decorating. Recently I discovered a website called reroom. A wonderful website that sell’s bedroom furniture and furnishings for children’s bedroom. I was blown away. You can purchase the room design as a whole or buy… View Post

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Living Arrows 10/52 (2018)

This week has been a week of excitement. First of all the snow came. Now I know it has been an inconvenience to most, however we loved every minuet of it. The last time we had snow in Exmouth was in 2010. So neither of the children have seen real snow, let alone played in it. As soon as it started they both wanted to play out.   They both loved it, despite the look… View Post

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