This makes me soo pissed off… mostly because I can completely sympathise with the blogger.
My partner has a spinal problem that is getting worse the longer that the NHS take to deal with it.
He can’t walk very far and the further he walks, the more likely he is to have to spend the rest of the day in agony, so we park as close as possible to where we are going… and we’re considering getting a Blue Badge as well.
But he still gets the looks and the mutters when he’s having a particularly good day and can move without too much pain…
I’m sat here broken and sobbing.
I just had one of the most humiliating experiences a person can have, and the worst part?
It won’t be the last time.
It’s a sunny Tuesday afternoon. I’ve just had my hair done for the first time in a year; my boyfriend arrives tomorrow and we are off on holiday with the family at the weekend. I’m smiling, and excited as I park my van near my daughters school, ready to collect my children. In the playground Mums and Nans tell me how great it is to see me, and how good I’m looking after a week or so off the radar, poorly. It’s quite lovely, and their kindness and words mean the world to me, when I have been feeling so low.
I collect my youngest two, and meander back to the car, noticing a traffic cone on the pavement blocking my…
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