I might be given a fantastic opportunity between LGBT+ Malta and Gozo and the National agency for disabilities. I knew that people like myself exist somewhere. However, I never felt I was the proper representation to represent my people. If they had asked last year, my answer would have been hell no. I was offered to participate in multiple projects, but I always declined. For some reason, this one feels right if it ever comes to fruition.
Today is the 9th of May, but I think I have already finished all the posts for this month. I recently had to quarantine for the first time ever, and saying it was weird is an understatement. I kept resulting negative, but yea, I was sicker than the people who were positive, so the jury is still out whether I had it or not, and I won’t know. I still don’t have any updates when it comes to my living situation. Hopefully, we will hear something later this month.
Reading wise, my top reads were Nujeen: One Girl’s Incredible Journey from War-torn Syria in a Wheelchair by Nujeen Mustafa and North to Paradise by Ousman Umar, two beautiful memoirs. On the other hand, the most ones were The Grooms Wore White by Charlie Lyndhurst, which I DNF’ed and One of Us Is Dead by Jeneva Rose, which sucks because they are 2022 releases, and I was super excited for them.
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Wow. Awesome. Really amazing.
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