Monday, 12 March 2012


What do happiness mean to me?

Many simple things really:
People saying good things about me
Seeing special kids having fun
Being happy & smiley
Free thinking time
Doing what I want
Being with friends
Facing fears
Being hyper
Lovely nails
Having fun
Curly hair
Basically life is amazing

Just other few things that can make me happy:
Me in pain doing things cos it's worth it, way better than being pain free doing nothing at home
Lovely people letting me doing things knowing I've health issues but don't ask me what is wrong with me, respecting me. Results in me respecting them.
Seeing things around me & they mean something to me, more than before
 I believe in life more than before.
No matter how much pain I can be in, I'll do whatever I want, not always though, because I deserve a life, just like these special kids with complex needs who are involved with NDCS.
Will not regret whatever made me happy :)

Sometime it can be hard, but worth it in the end doing what you want... Random times I stop and think to myself, quite often I smile, I am still here happy cos I am doing what I want. Not many people can do that. If I want a life, I must face my fears and move on to the next step knowing at the end there's an amazing prize - more happiness for me!! It can also mean people closest to me can be happy too, seeing me happy! And knows that I am happier than ever. Happiness is so important to me.
Smiling is infectious......

Don't be scared of moving into the next step in your life, it will be worth it at the end

I truly believe in this quote: Never regrets anything that made you smile :)
I am naturally funny, of course! But seriously, I love seeing people laughing when I do or say something. It was never my aim to make them laugh, I just say whatever I want and I naturally have fantastic body language of course.

Finally, just a bit of final words!
Was involved in the big 60 weekend ( NDCS ) on 9-11th March.
Naturally, I got thinking at the end of the day after spending all weekend in Manchester with amazing mentors, staff and volunteers. Basically I just thought WOW! It made an impact on me big time, seeing these special kids having fun, no care in the world no matter what they had: complex needs and/or deafness etc. I've seen shy kids it made me sad in some way cos I think these kids deserve a fanstatic life so I am proud of all of us and NDCS breaking barriers for them! I am looking forward to increase my experience with NDCS and working for them. Very rewarding and huge respect to those who are still with NDCS for years!!
Was very worn out & in pain when I came home and looked forward to a hot bath and a long sleep that is more than 4 hours of broken sleep at the weekend!! :) But WILL never regret it cos I know I will have good sleep and recover soon. I enjoyed it very much! Byeeeee for now!! :)

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