So I haven’t been active recently due to exams. But, I am uploading my Zanessa fanfic chapters on Wattpad every Friday and am currently planning a new novel called Charade and it’s about a woman who’s on the edge of being truly happy however, to achieve that she needs to reveal the cards close to her chest to let go of the past and move on.
In the summer as soon as June 23rd rolls around I have a plan where I write a short story every week and send it to Woman’s Weekly. I have eight weeks off so that’s eight stories! So keep your eyes peeled here as I will be charting my progress.
Now to chill with my Writers Forum. Wish me luck for my exams and if any of my readers are sitting them, I wish you the best of luck.
Chapter three of my #zanessa #fanfiction on #wattpad is up! http://my.w.tt/UiNb/RYiVRieYTC
It was amazing and I was so surprised at its accessibility and how friendly staff were.
The bus ride was soooo funny. Here’s some pictures… enjoy! It’s definitely worth money and I will hold the memories in my hear forever. The script to screen workshop was so amazing. I learnt something amazing secrets about the film industry.
I’m so proud of myself, I coped really well with the crowds so I treated myself to a Deathly Hallows notebook and a wand/pen.
“Reminding Me: A Zanessa Fanfiction” on #Wattpad http://my.w.tt/UiNb/vxgjAwDrIC You asked, I answered. Chapter two is up! #zanessa
Well, I started this a year ago, it’s a Zanessa fanfiction for fans of the relationship between Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens (2005 – 2010) and is purely fantasy. As I am a fan of both parties I don’t mean to a offend, whilst I would enjoy a reconciliation I want both my idols to be happy. Chapter one is uploaded and chapter two tomorrow! All I’ve retweaked is the blurb/title/cover.
Here we go enjoy! http://my.w.tt/UiNb/WcIwJWrhFC
I do love writing on wattpad and combining that with my love of fanfiction and Call The Midwife makes writing absolute bliss. I would love to write a period BBC. drama! http://my.w.tt/UiNb/65JynHaqDC
On Tuesday they came to fit two new hoists; one to get me on the stairlift and one on a gantry to get me above the step into the bathroom. It took seven hours but it was worth it and as I was constipated I needn’t feel guilty about needing to use the toilet several times. It was a relief to know I wasn’t hurting my mother’s back.
We also had a visit from the adult physio therapy team and we’ve all agreed that standing and getting back to walking isn’t feesable. It was nice to have my input valued and not to be patronised as with pediatric physio teams. I also explained my dislike of hydrotherapy because of being patronised and they assured me it wouldn’t be like that so, now they’ve found me an accessible pool near my university in September and for now there is a ‘disabled swimming session’ near me every Friday. I can just swim lengths without specific stretches, under a scheme where I get consessions.
I stood up for myself in regards to more Botox too as the pain afterwards isn’t worth it. It was just lovely to be listened too.
Yesterday I had my catheter changed by a lovely nurse who answered loads of our questions in regards to spasms after having a bowel movement and came up with an action plan. I was prescribed diazepam and took 5ml of morphine to help with anxiety and pain, I’m not used to the out of control feeling so originally I fought it but did relax eventually. We have a system: the nurse holds my stomach back whilst my mother holds my legs and applies heat with a hot water bottle and I can pull it out. I was so proud! I’m having it changed in six weeks to see if it is easier but I’m still waiting for an ultrasound from urology to see if my tube has narrowed.
After that, I went to the salon and pampered myself!
I’m also in the business of practicing putting on makeup but with CP it ain’t easy. Two words: drag queen!