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I remember my 1st

(Diane Mc Kechnie) #1

I would love to here about other Folksies 1st’s and how it affected them or should it be effected!

I remember the 1st time my disabled son who has cerebral palsy walked for the very 1st time at the age of 4 1/2 years old. You can imagine how I felt… I was told by my health visitor that he would never be clever. He can prove her wrong! He went to mainstream school, got a degree in business management,learned to drive with adaptations, got a job and now lives in his own adapted house. Yes , he finds it hard at times but I am so proud of what he has achieved.

What are your 1sts?

(Jan Ryan) #2

Wow Diane, that is certainly a 1st to be proud of, it’s a testament to hard work, devotion and determination, at the other end of the scale I’m happy if I can thread a needle the first time instead of faffing about and the thread missing the eye numerous times. :smiley:

Jan x

(Diane Mc Kechnie) #3

Any body else have any 1sts they would like to share? ( 1st boyfriend? 1st job?)