https://youtu.be/nrMXTKe-C1s?t=15 From YouTube I just started the Apple of My Eye, and I knew I needed to write my thoughts. Bailey is a horse rider, and whilst she was practising, she had an accident. She stood up and acted like nothing had happened, which of course, wasn't the case. She tried to hide it from … Continue reading Apple Of My Eye Movie Rant
Bodies in the Water Inspector George Zammit by A.J. Aberford
I’m five minutes into this thriller and already have something to say, so postponing the post I had in mind and will write a review instead. A few months ago, a book blogger I follow posted a review of Bodies in the Water Inspector George Zammit by A.J. Aberford, which, to my surprise, it is … Continue reading Bodies in the Water Inspector George Zammit by A.J. Aberford
33 Must Have LGBTQ+ Books According To ELLE
So, I’m someone who prides myself on reading a ton of queer lit, so when I saw a post from Elle of 33 LGBTIQ+ books everyone should have in their library, I was like, I got this. In my mind, I was like, and I should have read at least 10 from 33, right? I … Continue reading 33 Must Have LGBTQ+ Books According To ELLE
Happy Cerebral Palsy Day
Image is from Pexels Tomorrow is World Cerebral Palsy Day, which is what I have, and I’m not alone because there are roughly 18 million people worldwide. There are four primary types, each depending on which area of the brain is affected. I see Cerebral Palsy as an umbrella that covers a speculum of symptoms. … Continue reading Happy Cerebral Palsy Day
My Trans Self and Friends
Image is from Pixabay Hey, I’m someone who likes to think that I can bury my deepest feelings and like to play a game of pretending. Acting like I’m a robot is way easier than digging into my human side and figuring out the reasons behind the way I feel. Friends: Believe me, I understand … Continue reading My Trans Self and Friends
A Message To Teachers
Image is from Pixabay I’m putting this on paper because it has been turning in my brain for a while, which is starting to cause anxiety, and that’s an issue. I never opened up about being dyslexic before I started my blog. The way it made me feel was a locked secret since language and … Continue reading A Message To Teachers
Why Do We Still Need To Talk About LGBT+ and Disability Issues?
From Google I’m no stranger to discrimination or the laws that make it so regarding gender and disability. I know that trans people and disabled people are made of small minorities, putting me in an even smaller one. Which to some people means that people in my situation don’t exist, completely removing my sense of … Continue reading Why Do We Still Need To Talk About LGBT+ and Disability Issues?
The Life of Accessibility
Image is from pexels These are more like random thoughts after currently being told I have to be silent about some things, and I’m okay if you don’t want to read it; you don’t have to. I don’t share my life about being trans and disabled to pity because I know that doesn’t get you … Continue reading The Life of Accessibility
Both Different Yet The Same
Image is from Pixabay In all honesty, I have been thinking about this post for a few days now, going back and forth about this. I guess by now you know I have decided. At the start of the year, I promised myself that I wouldn’t be silenced about my transition or my disability. Being … Continue reading Both Different Yet The Same
Reading Blog #10
Image is from Pixabay It’s the start of summer, so I should be with my legs up at the beach with a book, right? Well, instead, I go to work and feel like a mashed potato since Malta has been dealing with a week-long heatwave. So, sleeping is taking over reading a bit. Luckily I … Continue reading Reading Blog #10
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