So. Many. Things

I miss this blog. I miss you guys. I miss the days when I updated three times a week. I miss the days when when uploading to my YouTube channel was a weekly thing at least, but there’s just so much going on right now. So many things. I haven’t even had chance to read Harry Potter and the Cursed Child yet!

Annnywaaay, the main bulk of it can be explained I guess by watching this video that I made, which I may or  may not have shared on here, I don’t even remember any more TBH. But yeah, this will probably explain a lot:


Work on this project is still ongoing and probably will be for ages. It’s taking up most of my brain power, and what little I have left is spent reading the huge pile of library books that only seems to be growing as more and more of my reservations turn up, and binge-watching Gilmore Girls. Hopefully I’ll be back more regularly soon, but for now, I hope you’ll stick with me.

In terms of how I’m doing Cerebral Palsy wise, I’ll update you all soon, probably by doing a video so that I can keep everyone on YouTube and this blog updated at once. Things have been a bit up and down, I guess. That’s all I’ll say for now. My back is not exactly my best friend at the moment, but some good things have come out of having to deal with a lot of back pain too.  I’ll explain what I mean soon, or hopefully before too long anyway.

I hope you guys are doing okay.

Thanks for being patient

Nic xx

Zombie Girl

This morning I felt like the title of this post should’ve been my new name.  Nic ‘Zombie Girl’ Golding has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?

I am definitely the kind of person who thrives in being busy,  and the last couple of weeks have certainly been that,  what with making extra videos abd blog posts,  going to the cerebral palsy football world championships,  and father’s day yesterday.

Today though the only thing I wanted was a bit of a rest. I’ve done a lot more walking this week than I probably have in the last couple of months. That is also a wonderful feeling because if I have a period of time where I don’t spend as much time on my feet,  I start to panic that I’ll lose my stamina.

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