For our Movie night, we watched the Murder Mystery movie on Netflix. It was amazing! From the cinematic shots to the epic storyline, it kept me glued to my screen.
The chemistry between Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler was perfect, and the plot twists kept me guessing until the end. I also loved how they managed to incorporate humour into a thriller without destroying its intensity.
So, when I heard that there’s a sequel coming up, I couldn’t be more excited. This due to be released on 31st March, not long to wait! One can only hope that it will be as gripping and exciting as its predecessor. In short, if you haven’t seen Murder Mystery yet, do yourself a favour and watch it before the new one comes out!
Hey guys, tonight’s plans are super chill – we’re having a movie night in and the teenager gets to pick the film! It’s always fun seeing what he comes up with, and it’s a great way for us adults to stay hip with what’s popular these days. Personally, I’m hoping for something action-packed or suspenseful, but I’m sure whatever he chooses will be entertaining. We’ve got plenty of snacks and drinks ready to go, so all that’s left is settling in for a cosy evening on the couch. I’m looking forward to it – who knows, maybe we’ll discover some new favourite movies!
Once upon a time, there was a goth teenager named Raven who had a magic wheelchair. Raven was born with a rare condition that made it impossible for her to walk, but her wheelchair was no ordinary one. It was enchanted with a spell that allowed her to fly through the air and even teleport to different locations.
Raven loved her magic wheelchair, and she used it to explore the world around her. She would often fly to the tops of buildings and watch the city below, feeling like she was on top of the world. Her goth style and black clothing made her stand out, but she didn’t care. She was proud of who she was and loved expressing herself through her fashion choices.
One day, Raven was flying through the park when she saw a group of bullies picking on a younger kid. Without hesitation, she teleported to the scene and used her magic wheelchair to scare off the bullies. The younger kid was grateful and thanked Raven for her help.
From that day on, Raven became somewhat of a superhero in her town. Whenever someone was in trouble, she would fly to their aid and use her magic wheelchair to save the day. People started to recognize her and appreciate her unique style and bravery.
As Raven grew older, she continued to use her magic wheelchair to explore the world and help those in need. She even started a blog where she shared her adventures and encouraged others to embrace their individuality and stand up for what they believe in.
In the end, Raven’s magic wheelchair became a symbol of hope and inspiration for many. She proved that even with a disability, one can still achieve great things and make a difference in the world. And so, Raven and her magic wheelchair lived happily ever after, inspiring others to be their true selves and never give up on their dreams.
As a wheelchair user, choices of sports to participate in have always been somewhat limited for me. One sport I loved playing as a teenager was wheelchair hockey. It was fast and exciting.
Wheelchair hockey is a wildly exciting and inclusive sport that has grown in popularity over recent years. It is a game where players roll around on their wheelchairs and use specially designed sticks to manoeuvre the puck.
The game combines elements of ice hockey, basketball, and soccer into an incredibly fast-paced and thrilling competition. What makes this sport particularly unique is that it welcomes players with all physical abilities, making it a great way for disabled individuals to engage in an active sporting community.
Wheelchair hockey teams can be found around the world, competing at local tournaments or taking part in international competitions. So whether you’re an experienced player or someone who’s never even held a stick before, wheelchair hockey has something to offer everyone who loves sports!
Who’s able to get to Cheltenham Waterstones bookshop on the 25th of March? If so, you might be interested in this – if not you may still be interested in purchasing the book.
The Autistic Guide To Adventure. Join local author Allie Mason and Illustrator Ella Willis, as they discuss their debut non fiction book. Allie and Ella will be happy to answer questions and sign books. Everyone is welcome to this free event.
It’s time for a new generation of autistic adventurers! Outdoor adventuring can be life changing – it makes you physically & mentally stronger, takes you to new places and introduces you to new friends, as well as being an exhilarating challenge – but it can be stressful when there are unexpected social and sensory challenges involved. Allie Mason, autistic adventurer extraordinaire, is here to help. Join Allie as she introduces activities ranging from archery to stargazing, sailing to fossil hunting, snorkeling to nature-writing – and so much more. Each easily digestible factsheet comes with a short introduction, a summary of the sensory experiences involved, suggestions on approaching activities for when you’re just getting started, as well as a handy budgeting system. With personal anecdotes and interviews with awesome autistic athletes, this book will give you the support you need to take on the great outdoors.
The book launch is on Saturday 25th March 2023 16:30 – 17:30 at Waterstones, Cheltenham. 33-41 The Promenade, Cheltenham, GL50 1LE.