The year had some highs but also lots of sadness. My care, health and wheelchair have also caused lots of issues and stress and I’m honestly glad we are now in a new year.
A lot happened in these two years, I was admitted to hospital with angioedema, appeared in the BBC/Netflix series Requiem, had a holiday, was presented with an award from the High Sheriff of Gloucestershire and more.
Continuing the review of my decade, here is part two, A Decade of Change – 2014 to 2016.
I have decided to split these posts into years as nobody wants to read an autobiography! First off is A Decade of Change – 2010 to 2013.
I have wanted to visit West Wycombe again since my first visit last year. It’s where the opening scenes in Labyrinth were filmed. I hadn’t managed to stay long that time, so last week I decided to Return to the Labyrinth!
My wheelchair issues came to a head recently with the power module failing, this meant a week in bed trying to fight off anxiety and depression.
With the Easter weekend weather looking good I wanted to make the most of it. I managed to visit Mallards Pike Lake, SymondsYat, Worcester, Slimbridge and Newark Park.
I hope everyone is enjoying what looks to be the start of Spring. It’s been another busy week or so for me, with not much time to relax and enjoy the sunshine yet. A big part of last week was Mcm Comiccon Birmingham 2019.