- Mamma Mia
- Mamma Mia 2: Here we go again
- The Greatest Showman
- Roman Holiday
- Funny face
- Cinderella (1950)
- Dirty Dancing
- Me and The Orson Wells
- Look who’s talking
- Beauty and the beast (2017)
- The Forger (2016)
- Game Plan
- The Help
- The Little Mermaid
Did any of your favourites make my list? I’d love to know what yours are!
Okay, this is going to be like ripping off a bandaid.. I take cannabis oil. It is legal and is sold as a food supplement but it is a great muscle relaxer. I’m not ashamed, when you have my levels of pain you’d want anything to stop it.
There’s no high with it.
It’s the best thing ever seeing as my painkillers make me depressed and ‘dark’ plus, back up my bowels longer than the M 25 on a Friday rush hour.
It’s literally magic in a bottle. I take five to seven drops as and when and my spasms reduce dramatically.
TO ALL CEREBRAL PALSY FIGHTERS,
SUFFER NO MORE.
Over coming big obstacles
Bestselling authors of Life Is Short (No Pun Intended) and stars of TLC’s The Little Couple return with an inspirational book that encourages us to reach for our dreams, no matter what obstacles we may face. (From Amazon)
This is a self help book filled with personal anecdotes – not my kind of thing this time round.
Life is short
From the beloved stars of TLC’s The Little Couple comes an uplifting and moving behind-the-scenes account of how the pair met, fell in love, and overcame huge obstacles to become successful professionals and parents.
Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein have inspired millions as stars of TLC’s hit show The Little Couple. Though they both have dwarfism, they have knocked down every obstacle they have encountered together with a positive, can-do attitude. The show has featured the lives of Jennifer (a respected neonatologist) and Bill (a successful entrepreneur) from their marriage in 2009, to the launch of their pet shop, to the adoption of their children, to Jen’s overcoming cancer.
Now, for the first time Jen and Bill are letting readers into their private lives with behind-the-scenes, never-before-told stories about how they fell in love, what inspires them, and the passions that drive their success. They will open up about their struggles with cancer, infertility, adoption, and simply living life in a challenging world.
Jen and Bill have a simple purpose in life: make the world a better place through encouragement and education. A must-have for fans of the show or anyone who has ever faced a difficult obstacle, Life Is Short (No Pun Intended) gives readers a glance at what inspires these positive people to approach life with such optimism and share their lives with the public every day. (From Amazon)
I laughed, cried and sympathised throughout this whole book, I read it in a day! If you love The Little Couple, you’ll enjoy this book. It is a rollercoaster of emotions and as a family they’ve had their fair share of trials and tribulations and as a disabled person I identify with them. Thankfully to balance out the sad moments their are bursts of joy.
Bright things a girl can do
Through rallies and marches, in polite drawing rooms and freezing prison cells and the poverty-stricken slums of the East End, three courageous young women join the fight for the vote.
Evelyn is seventeen, and though she is rich and clever, she may never be allowed to follow her older brother to university. Enraged that she is expected to marry her childhood sweetheart rather than be educated, she joins the Suffragettes, and vows to pay the ultimate price for women’s freedom.
May is fifteen, and already sworn to the cause, though she and her fellow Suffragists refuse violence. When she meets Nell, a girl who’s grown up in hardship, she sees a kindred spirit. Together and in love, the two girls start to dream of a world where all kinds of women have their place.
But the fight for freedom will challenge Evelyn, Through rallies and marches, in polite drawing rooms and freezing prison cells and the poverty-stricken slums of the East End, three courageous young women join the fight for the vote. (Bio from Amazon)
I bloody loved this. Nicholls doesn’t sugarcoat the seriousness and significant history that actually won us women the vote. She cleverly weaves three intricate storyline almost like weaving a magic carpet, the reader cannot help other than to be absorbed. It should stir up a fire in boys and girls to fight for what they believe in. A must for school history lessons.
In no particular order..
- John Travolta – okay so, I fell in love with John Travolta when he played Edna Turnblad in my favourite musical, Hairspray. Since then I’m a die hard fan and I’ll tell you why, I was thirteen and my relationship with my dad was in a bad place and my stepfather is like a big brother. So after watching Look Who’s talking he’s taken on my ‘ideal dad’ role. Plus he’s a pilot and that’s fucking awesome. I have the majority of his movies and tv show both on dvd and digital. Favourite movie? It has to be Face/Off, that movie is so under rated. Craziest things I’ve done? Bid £100 for one of the suits he wore in face/off and I’ve written to him and didn’t speak to my mum for a week after she couldn’t take me to Drury Lane Theater when he was doing a candid interview on his sixtieth birthday. Oh! I also have ‘borrowed’ my Auntie’s Grease DVD and asked her to order me Welcome Back Kotter Season one from Canada for Christmas. Cannot wait to see Gotti! John, if you’re reading this, thanks for being there when I need cheering up and being such a huge influence in my life!
- Demi Lovato – I have officially have been a lovatic since 2013. Demi helped me realised that I liked women and men. Her vocals are the best this generation has. She’s so refreshingly honest and candid about her journey. My fave album is definitely ‘Tell me you love me’ it’s off the charts. But, her song would have to be ‘Warrior’ just because of the message. Lovato is overalls sexy bad ass and it’s a privilege to have her music flowing through my earphones. FACT: confident was my morning alarm all the way through my A levels… cannot wait for! D7 Sorry Not Sorry😉
- Kelly Preston – Um have you seen the She will be loved music video?! Also love that she’s so charitable and just a cutie… I especially love her movie Mischief and for those who haven’t watched it, WATCH IT and those that have know what I’m talking about – it’s s very perky movie.
- Zac Efron – My first crush. I’ve loved him since 2004 and have loved watching him blossom as a person and actor. My favourite movie? Me and The Orson Wells. Whilst my future husband is a comedy king I’d love him to do more dramatic pieces where his acting shines. I mean, have you seen Parkland, At any Price and Liberal Arts and CSC Cannot wait for the Ted Bundy movie!! BTW I play rewrite the stars before bed and imagine that I’m Zendaya… ❤️ Love that he’s so adventurous, an animal lover, a sex god and that he too has been open about his struggles with fame.
- Michael Bublé – I was thirteen when I discovered Bublé through an iTunes free gift. The Hollywood album is definitely my fave. I love when he swears in interviews it’s just so sexy as well as having a voice like melted caramel. So glad Noah has kicked cancer’s ass, he’s a superhero. I love that Michael puts his family first and has stayed so grounded. Is it nice that he’s making a new record?! Hell yes! But he’s very much a family man but family happiness comes first. Mike, if you’re reading this congrats on your baby girl! FACT: I enjoy my Bublé with a crisp white wine and silk Pjs.
If any of you lovely people on this list are reading this, THANK YOU ☺️
Hope you enjoyed this post!
Need some positivity throughout your day? Well below is list of all my upbeat bops!
- Anything by ABBA
- Walking on Sunshine – Katrina and the waves
- Confident – Demi Lovato
- Champion – Carrie Underwood
- Independent part one – Destiny’s Child.
- Spotlight – Jenifer Hudson
- Man I feel like a woman – Shania Twain
- Anything from The Greatest Showman
- Warrior – Demi Lovato
- A dream is a wish your heart makes – Cinderella
- Weight of the world – Rion Paige
- Good morning Baltimore – Nikki Blonsky
- Set my dreams to music – John Travolta
- Hungry eyes – Eric Carmen
- Catch me – Demi Lovato
What songs make you feel better?