This is Me

Cropped for social mediaLife is hectic as I try to juggle being a mum of a son with a learning disability (My Not So Little SWAN), working for a small local charity which provides out of school care for children and young people with disabilities, running my own businesses as a Bookkeeper and Tupperware Lady.  In between all that, I also try to keep healthy by going running and trying to fit in yoga and strength training at home.  There isn’t much time during my son’s work trainee hours but somehow I manage, mostly.

Having been married to a former Driver Trainer, now a bus driver, for over 25 years I regularly have discussions about driving and things that drivers have done that bug me.  Some of these lead to blogs, especially when a driver has done something that really bugs me, like please don’t stop to let me cross the road when there are no other cars around!

I started running in 2009 when I was trying to find a way to raise money for SNAPPY, the charity I now work for, as a way to say thank you for all the help and support that the staff and volunteers provide families like mine.  At that time, I didn’t like running but the Run for All was starting in York and they are happy for runners to choose their own charity to support.  I have taken part in every Run for All event in York since.  My son ran his first 10K at York in 2014 and decided that he wanted to do the Great Yorkshire Run in Sheffield and the Leeds Abbey Dash too.  In 2015 we took part in Run for All’s Yorkshire 10K series (Hull, Leeds and York), the Great Yorkshire Run, York 10 Mile and the runDisney Wine and Dine Half Marathon. Unfortunately, due to a thunderstorm, the half marathon actually turned into a 7 mile run.

I love Disney, especially Disney World, and visit as often as I can.  If I can find a way to get a Disney picture to fit the theme of Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge then I will.


22 thoughts on “This is Me

  1. Louise

    I like the links in your About Page – I may have to go and revisit mine and do that. I’m a former competitive swimmer (so very familiar with the Swim a Thon) and now run for fitness as it fits better in my life now with young kids. Congrats on fundraising for your cause!

  2. Uncle Spike

    So you decided to join the small clan of Uncle Spike followers, sometimes known as The Spikey’s….

    I really appreciate you wanting to become a new follower, after all, there are many many interesting and entertaining blogs out there

    Anyway, I hope you like my upcoming posts and if you get bored one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too.I have added plenty of categories now to help readers. If you have any likes, dislikes or suggestions about my blog, by all means let me know, either through ‘comments’ or via email. Always welcome reader input 🙂

    Thanks again for your vote of confidence, and hope you have a great old day…


    1. fisefton Post author

      You are more than welcome for the follow. What I read of your blog made me chuckle and after a long day at work, or just answering the same questions over and over from my 19 going on 7 year old son, that’s just what I need 🙂

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    1. fisefton Post author

      I’m glad you are enjoying my blog. Thanks for the nomination for the Liebster Award. I’m in the middle of drafting my post for accepting my other nomination so I’ll add your questions to that post too.

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