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  1. Louise (Little Hearts, Big Love)

    What a busy week you’ve had – no wonder you’re worn out from it. I love the story about Star looking for bits and bobs, what a lovely memory. How frustrating that must have been trying to make your way to the tables and it’s a shame that staff weren’t able to make you aware of the lift sooner. I hope you did manage to enjoy some of the meal in spite of the frustration and your left side going numb while sitting at the table. It sounds like you had an interesting conversation with the lady at Naidex45. Hope you manage to rest and recover over the weekend. Thanks for hosting #WotW x

  2. Laurie

    It’s good to get out! So sorry to read about your pub experience. Thank you for sharing it with us. I think we sometimes don’t appreciate all the frustrations that come along with being in a wheelchair. You made us think about that, which is a good thing. I am glad you (finally) got to attend the party! Take some time to recover.

  3. Cheryl | TimeToCraft

    Your story really highlights how difficult and upsetting it can be to get access to some places. Pubs and restaurants seem to be going in for raised areas. I can see why. Fits more people in, but makes it difficult in your case. I wonder what Boo thought bits and bobs would look like. Maybe a packet of sweets. The new device sounds intriguing. Rocket boosters? Hydraulic lift? Look forward to hearing more. Thanks for hosting and have a good, and relaxing, weekend.

  4. Kim Carberry

    It sounds like you have been busy!
    That did make me chuckle about Star and the bits and bobs. hehehe
    What a nightmare at the pub. I hope you managed to have a bit of a good time.
    It sounds like an interesting day at Naidex45.
    I think you are due a day of staying put. You do right having the patio doors open. It’s a lovely day out there. x

  5. Ojo Henley

    I’m glad part of the day was good, even though it sounds as if the accessible option doesn’t sound very well labelled! Look forward to hearing what news you have x

  6. Sarah Christie

    I hope you are feeling better now, it sounds like an exhausting week, why on earth did the staff not tell you about the other exit earlier and saved you all the upset, that’s awful Anne. I am glad you enjoyed the exhibition, and are getting plenty of rest this week x

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