January 5th, 2015 Hi Keith, The doctor has just told you that the MRI results are saying you have MS. Take your time. Just breathe – you don’t have to say anything. I know you like to try crack a joke when you don’t know what else to say but for now just take timeContinue reading “A Letter to My Newly Diagnosed-self”
A story inspired by my late Nana Annie, every picture book I’ve read to my son, COVID-19 lockdowns, the Elbow song ‘Neat Little Rows’ and every child who’s ever been afraid to leave their house.
I recently signed up for a 10km jog in Dublin city centre on November 22nd. This is the first organised run that I’ve ever signed up for. And it’s given me some well needed motivation. The jog is called Run in the Dark. So that’s exactly what I did this evening – went for aContinue reading “Wild is the Wind”
I wrote this blog recently for shift.ms; a website for MSers by MSers. Getting loads of good feedback so thought I would post here too 🙂
It’s that time of the year again. The MS Readathon takes place throughout the month of November. This is the first year that I have my own class as a primary school teacher. As such, I felt obliged to involve the class in this years Readathon. I wrote a blog for MS Ireland, when IContinue reading “MS Readathon 2022”
An overview of my journey in education over the last 21 years.
Hello Nana, how are you?I just thought I’d write to sayEven though we can’t be togetherI miss you everyday My brother’s told me all the thingsThat you and GranGran doIt all sounds so excitingI can’t wait to play with you Daddy says you’re lots of funYou already have me spoiledYou do so much from farContinue reading “A Lockdown Letter from the newest member of the family to her Grandmother”