Covid19 – When I received and eventually read the email from my employer with the terms and conditions of the Governments Job Retention Scheme. I have to admit I did not fully understand what mentally it would mean to not have work in my life for 7 weeks. I live in a Victorian mid terraced … More What I did when I was furloughed.
During my Furlough Days, I have watched enough “no news” TV and listened to many bland radio stations with repeat music and again “no news” broadcasts. To say that I was at the end of my tether and running out of items to fill the growing “white noise’ in my head, where I once had … More Absolutely feed up of listening to “No News” radio stations?
Last weekend Emma and I went to visit London and watch Ollie in his college performance of “Our House” in a theartre in Severn Sisters, North London. The show was understandable brilliant. After three years of training at London’s leading dance and drama college @theurdang you could only or would only expect that. Emma and … More #WhiteCane the stick.
Prior to my eyesight diminishing I loved to go camping, hiking and take on long distance walks over a few days. I haven’t stopped I just keep buying new kit and tackle the problem in a different way. With the arrival of a new member to Team Imeson, Teal. I have a chance to look … More Camping with a Guide Dog
Six Hours on a train in February 2020 and through a storm ! Team Imeson’s members Emma, Teal and myself Roy had personal invites to St James Palace in London to be honourable guests at the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award ceremony. On Monday 10th February 2020. The day before I had been working in … More The Tails of Teal the guide dog. Plymouth to Paddington
Diary whilst training to be a guide dog user. … More Guide Dog Training – day one
Thank you to everyone that supported our Epic Expedition. It’s been an amazing demonstration of support both, financial and your love towards Team Imeson. The whole “Two Teenagers and a Blind Bloke” has been an amazing experience and loads of activities and fund raising all for the RNIB. We have banked the final bits of … More Final Figure for our 12 months of fund raising.
This week I was interviewed by an engineer that is seeking advice from white cane users. The interviewer was an engineer that has been commissioned to look at the concept of using the cane. Which when asked what do I use mine for lead me down a couple of paths. Which usually happens when I’m … More When do you hate using your white cane?
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Day One “What a day’ 17miles along the harshest section of the Cornish Coastal path! The walk started in St Ives, which is a very pretty town along the South West Coastal Path. Here is a theme of art and modern arts centre at the Tate. We set of on a fairly sunny and warm, … More Charity walk along the Cornish Coastal Path inspired by the book “Salt Path”.