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2 personal blogs we recommend

Damon Rose Damon Rose | 11:55 UK time, Monday, 15 February 2010

Here are a couple of blogs which landed in our inbox recently and we thought worthy of mentioning.

The trials and tribulations of a deafblind bint. Late 20-something female blogger who can't see so well and can't hear so well ... if you're leaping up and down and shouting "Oooh that could be Usher Syndrome" then you're right on this occasion. That's what she's got and it's what she's seemingly attempting to demystify with her personable 'chick blogging'. the latest post is about how she accidentally gave her lover a nosebleed in bed. And yes, there's a disability angle here else I wouldn't mention it now, would I. It's a very new blog so bookmark it to see if she's got more up her sleeve.

Another recently created blog: You can probably guess at the subject matter of Mum on wheels. Mid 30s 'tetraplegic motherhood' laid bare by the anonymous mum of baby Amelie in Manchester. Independence, bathing, personal assistants and an engaging wit from the blogger who lists her interests as: "Getting a full night's sleep and retrieving any leftover remnants of former self."

Do tell us if you read any disability related blogs that are worthy of a mention.



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