• 2016,  disability,  lyrics,  Uncategorized,  video,  wheelchair

    Parody

    I love music.  And I love parody songs. Sometimes I hear the parody songs first and then discover the ones they’re based on – because I rarely listen to the radio a lot of new songs seem to pass me by for a while lately. At the moment I’m particularly enjoying this parody of All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor – All About That Change.  It’s especially cool because it’s a parody that Meghan Trainor sings herself (along with James Corden who I’ve never really seen much of).  Apt for this time of year and it made me laugh. But if I’m honest the number one parody song is…

  • action3,  frustrations,  jay2,  jay3,  lyrics,  OT,  pain,  physio,  spasticity,  Uncategorized,  wheelchair

    >Don’t Look Back In Anger

    >I went for my wheelchair assessment on Wednesday.  And it went really well.  The details and all that are for another entry as I’d like for that to be a positive entry. For now lets just say that I’m trialling a new seating configuration and the question of whether I need a new chair as well is on the backburner at present.  So far I like my new seating but I think there maybe a few niggles which need ironing out in the long run. The thing is though I can’t help feeling a little frustrated and even angry.  I was assessed there in 2009 and I told them certain…

  • Life,  lyrics,  Point of Grace,  songs of my life,  Uncategorized

    >NaBloPoMo Day Three: How You Live (Turn Up The Music)

    >A few weeks ago I heard this song again and wanted to share it here.  But I was sure I’d already done so a while back.  I went hunting for the entry it was in and I can’t find it so either I was wrong about that or it is here but not filed under the obvious category. It’s about the way in which we live – and good ways to do so.  It does make reference to God at one point.  I don’t particularly agree with that part of it but it’s still a good song.  Overall I love the message it brings and it’s one I agree with.…