The meaning of rest: part two

A while ago I wrote about rest. I wasn’t sure how it could be fitted in with the necessarily busy lives that many, particularly those with young families and/or elderly parents, lead. It seems foolish and impossible to suggest that people actually stop doing some necessary things in order to make space to rest. And … Continue reading The meaning of rest: part two

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Mobility scooters aren’t an adequate replacement for legs

A couple of weeks back I wrote about a recent experience using trains as a disabled person. As one reader pointed out, part of my problem was that I had chosen to buy a mobility scooter that was too big to be taken on public transport. Scooters come in a variety of shapes and sizes. … Continue reading Mobility scooters aren’t an adequate replacement for legs