…since I’ve written a blog post here! 2015 has not been a dwarf year for me, or maybe it has and I’ve not had the energy to write about the experiences I’ve had. It’s been a strange year. Challenging on many levels, rewarding too. Realised my own strength, started to own my own story. As […]
I *heart* this video. Very eloquent.
He! There are times when being little does give you a good giggle. Me, the hubby, the in-laws along with LO were dining out at the local cavery. Now for anyone who doesn’t know what a carvery is, it’s where one can get a full English Sunday roast literally every day of the week – […]
I always hold my breath when it comes to ITV’s handling of disability as programming usually sets my teeth on edge due to the narrative usually adopted. So, after watching my daily fix of Emmerdale, and I saw the programme’s title was ‘Against The Odds’. Wow, I thought, maybe this is an actual look at […]
… I froze. Me: “Sorry, what did you say…” very cooliy, with one eyebrow raised in the “you really didn’t just say what I think you said did you?” manner. Fella: “erm, oh, erm… for reaching lower shelves…” Me: “… if you’ll excuse me…” Well, that was a first. I heard of other little ladies […]
Really, fellow people of restricted growth, what’s it like? You can go say a few days, maybe a week or (if you’re lucky) a month or two without getting any sort of unwanted or unwarranted attention… and then – bam! They are like buses, they’ll all come at once. The first of these started with […]
‘…er no’ was my reply to a colleague. I have a metaphorical head smacks the desk moment. Moving the conversation on (with raised eyebrows)….
LL: “Pardon me? (Eh! in my brain – did I just hear that right?)” “Well, your car only needs adaptations to help you drive the car, it doesn’t need, like a smaller engine though does it?” a work colleague (WC) asked me the other day. LL: “…Er, no, they don’t make smaller engines for people […]
I found this inspiring article written by Michelle Harris on the Guardian website today and wanted to share it with you dear readers. Wonderfully written, it tells the journey of Michelle and early motherhood. Being a woman, I could completely identify with her worries, concerns and fears about bearing a child and how we would […]
< rant > Excuse me?!? I’ve been analysing the keywords readers are using to find HelloLittleLady.com. I was aghast at seeing the phrase above. How disgusting, how bigoted, narrow minded can one particular searcher be?!? Not happy with the fact that this person’s son has found love, they are actively looking for ways to sabotage […]