The big day is finally approaching. You’ve wrapped all your presents, ordered your turkey and sorted out the spare room for Grandma. But there is still one thing you need to consider; What music should you play on Christmas Day? Although I do love a bit of the classics including Slade, Wizard, Mariah Carey and… Continue reading 10 alternative Christmas songs
“It’s Christmas time, there’s no need to be afraid. At Christmas time, we let in light and we banish shade…” and in my world of disability, it’s full of wheelchairs, blurred vision, love and laughter. Despite the challenges I face with my disabilities on a daily basis, I’ve grown up with fond and happy memories… Continue reading My 10 favourite memories at Christmas
As I’ve mentioned on countless occasions throughout this blog, I have a big passion for live music and love attending gigs and festivals. The past 14 months has been jam-packed with music events. Below is a roundup of my live music reviews in winter 2017 and 2018: 1. The Pigeon Detectives The day was Tuesday,… Continue reading Live Music Reviews: 2017/18 Roundup
We interview disabled musician Ali McManus, who has Osteogenesis Imperfecta and uses a wheelchair, about her album Unbreakable, and her single Roll this Way, featuring Steve Tyler from Aerosmith. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2018/12/ali-mcmanus-a-disabled-singer-with-an-unbreakable-spirit/ Like Rock For Disability on Facebook, follow me on Twitter @P94Emma, follow me on Pinterest or use the Contact Form.
Today my Mum is celebrating a milestone birthday and I want to dedicate this blog post to her. A Christmas tradition my Mum and I love doing together is baking truffles. These are small, round, rich, chocalately treats. To bring some festive cheer to my blog, I want to share how to make Christmas truffles:… Continue reading How to bake Christmas truffles