@chattyman is my personal lgbtq+ hero, he helped normalise lgbt people to so many people, he got a lot of stick for being overtly camp, but to me he helped show people we are one of you, we exist, who wouldn't want a friend who could make you laugh. I will be forever greatful to him!. Celine Dion is the only concert I have ever been too, 10 years old, 1999 don valley, yet it took me till 25 to come out........ go figure!
I am a red tag in taekwondo, had an epidural in my spine because of a taekwondo injury and also lost both of my big toenails fighting at taekwondo
I have 3 brothers, none ginger
My middle name is William
I have a degree in advertising and marketing
My mum's family are Irish, 2 generations back, hence the ginger hair 😂
My left eardrum is half the size it should be, so I have some hearing loss, not enough to wear a hearing aid, but enough to use it as an excuse when I shout😂
I worked at sainsburys from 16-26 and also 4 months at Tesco while working at sainsburys still, my manager at Tesco tried to make me quit as he said it was conflict of interest, so I quit tesco instead... the drama!
Каждый год месяц март проходит для меня одинаково 😌 Это длинный, скучный, но продуктивный в плане работы месяц. В марте ничего не происходит, путешествия сведены к минимуму, ведь погода такая не стабильная - то жарко, то холодно, дожди.. Вдохновения на творчество нет. Работа - сон - компьютерные игры: вот замкнутый круг этого месяца!😅 И иногда походы в клуб с друзьями, но это не часто 🍹Вся движня начнётся в мае.
Скучаю по лету ☀️
. #skullova#skullovatravel #ginger#gingers#redhead#redheads#russiangirl#gingerhair#redheads#рыжая#рыжие#рыжик
Sorry for the lack of posting, I’ve been very sick lately, no thanks to my diabetes. 😞 Monitoring my comments I’ve come across a lot of you who have Type 2 Diabetes but don’t seem to understand the difference between my disability and yours (even if you don’t have t2d it’s worth a read). Type 1 and type 2 diabetes may have similar names, but they are different diseases with unique causes.
Both types of diabetes are chronic diseases that affect the way your body regulates blood sugar, or glucose. Glucose is the fuel that feeds your body’s cells, but to enter your cells need something called insulin. People (like me) with type 1 diabetes don’t produce insulin. People with type 2 diabetes don’t respond to insulin as well as they should and later in the disease often don’t make enough insulin. T2D can usually be prevented with your lifestyle and in most cases can be regulated or cured with diet and exercise (yay!). T1D has NO CURE and is very unpredictable. If you can imagine not having an organ, this is my reality.
Simply put, T1D is an unpreventable, incurable auto-immune disease that makes me dependent on insulin in order to live. The part of the pancreas that once worked all this out so the food eaten breaks down properly in the blood, no longer works, so blood sugar is a constant, life-threatening issue. So why am I recommended a diabetic alert service dog you may ask? A diabetic alert dog can warn it's handler of their high/low blood sugar before it gets life threatening. Some are known to begin alerting on the rise/decline, even. Most importantly, the dog will alert in the night hours, when blood sugar may rapidly rise/fall without correction (this is what always always always gets me and the main reason I am going to get a DAD). This is fatal for diabetics. The dog smells the chemical change in its handlers body and will alert. If you are interested in helping me get a service dog for my diabetes, there’s a link in my bio where you can donate and read my story. There’s even a $1 donation option! So please check it out and thanks for taking the time to read this and educate yourself! ❤️