Let’s see how many people I can offend with this post on disability charity.
If Charity and Disability were on Facebook, their relationship status would be “it’s complicated”.
It’s often a relationship that doesn’t serve Disability well, though some would argue that it is a necessity.
Jealousy is a bad thing. Right?
We aren’t supposed to admit that we have it. Whilst others speculate that it is the reason why you act a certain way, it’s natural to tell yourself that there are alternative reasons you do or say what you do.
Cause jealousy is bad. And nobody wants to be bad.
Things get a little stressful in the school holidays. It’s not that easy to go out with Moo and the other boys on my own. Scrappy has his own way of keeping my life interesting with his inquisitive mind. Master C doesn’t stop lodging complaints or arguing on points of fairness. And whilst Moo is a delight, we have to avoid helicopters, large crowds and anything that might even remotely be considered by him to be scary.
Moo is in love.
Not the hit the girl over the head or be mean to her type of kiddy love. The big puppy eyes when you see her, staring off into space thinking of her type of love.
Friends. Everyone needs friends. Real friends that care.
I have written recently about Moo having friends over for play dates. Since writing that, Moo has had over another boy from his class – let’s call him D.
D is a great kid. Prone to want to play outside with Master C and Scrappy but a good friend to Moo as they share a lot of common interests. After his last visit, he invited Moo to come and play at his house. And without my involvement made the arrangements.