Tag Archive: disability

Living in Nothingness

We emigrated from Cornwall to Australia when I was thirteen, and I came back here to die. When I was twenty-four I got cancer and I was given four weeks to live. The… Continue reading


I’ve got four children and one foster son, so that’s five. And seven grandchildren. One of my daughters is disabled. She has a terminal syndrome called Cranio-cerebello-cardiac Syndrome which means all her development… Continue reading

Angry and Demoralised – Stop ATOS (2)

This wreath is to commemorate the people who have died because of ATOS Work Capability Assessments. There are known to be 30 people who have been registered with the coroner as dying because… Continue reading

Evil Prevails – Stop ATOS (3)

My wife made me this sign this morning. We were trying to think what would be a good thing to write and she came up with this. I’ve never been to a protest… Continue reading

Pottery in the family

I always bring a chair up here because I’ve got nerve damage in my feet, so I can’t walk very far. The doctor says it happened because I was really stressed when my… Continue reading