Me on Monday | 17 January

It was a week where not much happened, probably because we stayed close to home. The Boy was pinged a second time for a possible Covid-19 contact - three of his classmates subsequently tested positive - so he had another 7 days of daily lateral flow testsI went to the orthodontist to have my permanent … Continue reading Me on Monday | 17 January

The Best Kind of Early Christmas Present

Before heading home after our night in town, The Boy and I swung by St. Thomas' Hospital on Westminster Bridge Road to see if the Vaccination Centre was accepting teenage walk-ins. They were. The staff were utterly brilliant. Once they knew about The Boy's autism, they went above and beyond to ensure that he was … Continue reading The Best Kind of Early Christmas Present

For the Love of Books | Currently Reading October 2021

Always Only You by Chloe Liese | This is book 2 in a series of 4 books, but can be read as a stand alone novel. Liese was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder as an adult, a trait she gives to many of her characters. I enjoyed this story and highlighted a lot of text … Continue reading For the Love of Books | Currently Reading October 2021