This is a story about an old cat who reached the end of her life and passed away peacefully on her owners lap. It’s a story I’ve wanted to write since it happened last year, but I’ve not been able to find the words. And I guess that’s because it’s so much more than a … More The death of a cat
A few weeks ago I wrote a few words in support of #metoo – saying that it is incumbent upon men to take action and speak out against sexist abuse. But this is also part of a wider problem, and that we all have a role to play in challenging discrimination in all it’s guises. This … More How did I do?
Hey everyone! I’ve been thinking recently about wiring a comprehensive blog about what Multiple Sclerosis is – not in a clinically sterile scientific way, but in a how-life-changes kind of way. Before I got round to putting pixels on a page, however, I went to the National Railway Museum in York. Now, I know some … More Railways and failways