Tesco, Cakes And Egg Sandwiches, My Day

So my day was normal, which I like. I feel less shitty and my muscles are so much less painful, although prodding still hurts.  

I have so much going through my mind right now I just don’t know what to do with it all, its exhausting. I met a woman this week,  called Kerry. She also has MS and works with my local MS society branch. It was really lovely to meet someone who knew how I felt.

We talked alot, it was nice to know she understood why I was a yawning mess, she listened and understood my anger. It almost felt like a release having her to talk to, to hug and to cry with.

I plan on working with her  to do something for younger children whos parents have MS. I am really excited about it all, just need to keep going and make it happen.

Tesco was a right ass today. Woman stood smoking by her car in the parent and child space we needed, man took our disabled space when we decided woman was taking far too long with her fag. Big machines on the shop floor and a meat isle crammed full of people. It was a bitch of a trip, but I did it. I walked it. We only really needed to get salad cream for the egg sandwiches!

I am sorry my post might seem boring, I am just tired and could really do with a nap, also pomegranate juice is vile. 

My sister got me these cakes, to cheer me up 🙂


Are You Afraid Of Your Local Supermarket?

Yup, it is true, I am afraid of Supermarkets.

Not just one in-particular, just supermarkets in general.

It is such a crazy thing to be afraid of, its also getting incredibly annoying but they really do freak me out.

Its the whole speed of everything and everyone. There is so many people, so may things in such a small space, even the thought of it creeps me out. 

I guess its the whole sight thing, when I get hot my sight gets worse and supermarkets are not the most relaxing of places, so the two combined jut make the whole experience really unpleasant for me.

Both me and Hubs have worked in them, so its not like I am not used to it? My sister still works part-time in one herself, which for me is lucky because when I do venture in, I make sure I am with her.

So this fear is really irrational, however still real.

People are just so vile when they are food shopping, its like we all become the incredibly grumpy nation when we go supermarketing?

Yes I know that’s not a word!

But its true. Standing behind me and huffing because I am trying to see what I am buying is not nice, it even caused me to buy my Husband a ‘To My Wife’ Anniversary card last year, I kid you not!


It might be ‘The Season’ however this does not mean we should all be angry trolley wielding creatures.

Chill out…