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My shaky life

fredfinchfredfinch Member Posts: 14 Connected
Hi guys, as some of you may already know, I have a condition called spinocerebellar ataxia type 11 (catchy name I know!) and for the last couple of years I have been doing everything I can to raise awareness for this condition and disability in general. I have written two books, one on the subject of cookery and how I do it (The shaky cookbook) and the other about fitness and how I use it to try and help my condition (the ataxia workout) both are available on amazon . Recently I have started a website and blog (www.myshakylife.com) and i'm trying to make a sort of lifestyle website for disabled people as well as writing about how my disability affects me, if this sounds interesting to you then why not have a look? 


  • Academic12Academic12 Member - under moderation Posts: 28 Listener
    Hi Fred, how are you ,  i myself have a ventral mesh retropesvy tee hee quite trendy that and i write poetry articles and take pix when not sciatic to give insightful entertaining and valued ,, thought..sorry very tired but looks very good wjat you do, happy time to you, .
  • Academic12Academic12 Member - under moderation Posts: 28 Listener
    please dont be in strop, digital derm very severe right now, fear diabetic cause as im borderline with it 😊
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