A new category of life that involves people through all walks of life.
In this world that we live in there is so many people that are so toxic; even if you managed to get away from it all, your very lucky to be able to do so. Not many of us can avoid that sort of thing or who can break the cycle but then drawn back into it one way or another. I’ve been in a similar situation that I wish I never did go down that road to begin with. Like the rest of the blogs that I have done this week but two different ones because for this one it’s completely different to the others that I’ve talked about.
You may think no one is toxic enough to ruin your life. Wrong! Throughout my life of my first 6 years of being in my 20’s I have come across a lot of toxic people. From being with them as in a relationship to being friends to ditching them completely and breaking free from it all. The fact you know you break away from them but when you do; you always find yourself either back talk to them or they come back talking to you. Either which isn’t good.
You remember that year of 2003 when Britney Spears brought out the song “Toxic” with the words of “with a taste of your lips, I’m on a ride. You’re toxic I’m slipping under, with a taste of a poison paradise, I’m addicted to you, don’t you know that you’re toxic, and I love what you do, don’t you know that you’re toxic”
Everyone has one way or another had that taste of people are poisonous they always come back for more, and mess your feelings up or you know the history. Unless it’s completely different story but it’s toxic for the both of you.
However taking control of the situation is the best key for everything. Knowing that you can be in charge of your destiny no matter what. For me I taken control on things where people who come in and out of my life. If they want to come in and out of my life that’s fine because they are busy thats cool with me. If they don’t want to stay put in my life they can stay away; at the end of the day I don’t want my emotions to be played with or get my hopes up at the end of the day.
The story of someone whom everyone tired to fix but need to help themselves to make it work.
When you try your best to fight what you want in life; but you don't succeed the way you wanted, but you feel like you don't need anyone's help and when you can't sleep but you feel so tired. That's when you feel like your stuck in reverse like my Aunt Marie.
As the tears came streaming down your face; the fear of what you were going to lose something that you can't replace, when it's someone that you love what could be worse? Their lights will guide you home. As they wrap their arms around you they will ignite your bones as they whisper in your ear “I will try and fix you”
Weather your high up above or down below; my love for you won't go away from you, and I know that your love for me won't let me go either. You will never know without giving it a try of fixing it together.
You walked into the party; like you didn't want to be there, I know that you didn't want to as I held up close to me and you had one on the mirror watching all of the girls wanting to be my partner. It's okay I'm not leaving you as you have me in your inner inner circle. You can be so vain when this song comes on and you start thinking about you don't you, don't you.
“It's okay” I whispered “I'll fix this”
Giving you a squeeze before I made my way to change it; as I turned back round I saw you running for the door, I knew I had to go after you to be with you. That's what I do because I love you to the more than the moon and back.
I am writing to inform you about Annabel Inorin and her family. So please don't just skim through the blog/article; just don't think oh everyone dies one day, Annabel never got to see the world.
“My name is Annabel Inorin. I am 11 year old girl from Nigeria in West Africa; I have a medical condition called “Arrhythmias”, this is where my heart is too sick to do anything that everyone else my age does”
I'm writing to inform you that between 31st July 2017 – 6th August 2017 Annabel Inorin has passed away in her sleep with her family around her. Annabel had a medical condition called “Arrhythmias” which is a disease that effected her heart. The doctors and nurses have tried to make everything that they could to make her feel comfortable as much as possible; but due to lack of treatment and medical medicine to help her deal with the disease, her tiny 11 year old body couldn't keep on fighting for much longer. I have huge respect for her family, her parents, her doctors and her nurses who have tried everything to help her feel comfortable and help her to be positive. Yet all the odds were stacking up against them.
I understand how they feel so much; from working with poorly children such like Annabel in the UK, seeing from first hand what certain diseases can do to you. You know that one day they might not going to make it. Each day is a new day and you never know what's going to happen. When I was told the news of Annabel it was well and truly hit home; the fact that I only just started working with this area of Africa, it really did feel like I knew her as I wrote her case few weeks ago. I feel now that I know her very well; can feel her telling me what to write, to make sure her story got told. Also she wanted to make sure that everyone knew that she now in heaven with god.
“I'm with God now mummy and daddy. It's so cool up here. I’m even allowed to run around, play with other children my age, I'm not even getting tired straight away. Guess what I feel more full of beans now than I was; as I'm getting the treatment what I need up here, I do tend to forget and when they remind me to take it easy I'm feeling dreadful. But heyho I'm free. I love you mummy and daddy, I'm watching over you and I may start doing practical jokes on you now dad like you did to me. I miss you both so much and I love you both"
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Anja has been through a lot by the age of six years old; fighting for her life everyday, no one should have to go through what she has to everyday at the age of 6.
“My name is Anja Reggren Lovein; I'm from Kogi which is in middle birth of Nigeria, I am very sick not keeping any weight on due to diarrhoea. It's just me and my mum now. I would like to tell you my story through someone else so I can get my voice heard along with my mum’s voice. She's my best friend and we've been through a lot in my tiny life so far”
As you have heard little Anja’s voice talking about herself in the opening; what I'm going to tell you will be shocking for any mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, sister and brother have to go through to look after their siblings or parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren.
Anja Reggren Lovein is just 6 years old due to her health she looks like a 4 year old girl; who suffers from diarrhoea to which we all know is horrible to deal with but we can get better from it, along with doctors advice and medical care that we can get. Yet for Anja and her mum Joy they only have each other; no other family members to help, no money coming in to help Anja to get better and Anja is an only child of Joys because her father had dies two years ago.
So this means that Joy and Anja have only got each other; they can't live without each other, the fact that they are team of Lovein family they are continuing fight each battle together not just on their own. Joy not only just lost her husband two years ago; she has chosen to continue to fight, remain strong to look after her only daughter. She does not want to loose another person in her family; Anja has a part of her dad inside her that Joy can't live without, Joy just wants and wishes her baby girl to be well enough to grow up and enjoy life like everyone else. That's every parents dream is to be able to see their children achieve their goals.
Anja medical bills are estimated about 500,000 Naira it maybe more than that; in British money it is a roughly £1,053.98, anonymous donor has already donated £300 to the cause who have sent straight away to start the treatment. We ask for your help and continue to ask for your help to raise money to help Anja and her mother Joy in this journey together as they are team Lovein fighting the horrible sickness bug disease once and for all along with girl power.
Girl Power Quotes:
“What's wrong with being, what's wrong with being, What's wrong with being confident?” – Demi Lovato – Confident
“You hear my voice, you hear that sound” Katy Perry – Roar
How to donate for Anja Reggren Lovein:
“look…look there's the link come on. Do it for me please. Even the anonymous writer is helping me write this. Come on click on it and donate. Shhh she thinks I'm cute too” Anja Reggren Lovein
The money will go to this link here down below and it will go to her and help with her medical care.
This week I had to write something with a meaningful meaning but also I hadn’t had a chance to write a story for this week. So it’s poetry this week guys. It’s a little short one for you.
It’s probably what’s best for you; if I went and left you too it because I only want the best for you, and if I’m not the best then you’re stuck. I don’t want to be third best at everything; I want to be there for you, I want what’s best for you but I just feel like I’m a third wheel. I tried to sever ties and I ended up with wounds to bind. It feels like when you can’t talk to me about things; it feels like you’re pouring salt in my cuts.
I just ran out of band-aids because I don’t even know where to start as you can only bandage the damage; you can never really can fix a heart, even though I know what’s wrong but how could I be so sure. If you never say what you feel, feel. I must have held your hand so tight; you didn’t have the will to fight, I guess you needed more time to heal,
You must be a miracle worker because your swearing up and down; like you can fix what’s been broken, yeah. So please don’t get my hopes up if I’m going to be a third wheel in this relationship; no, no, baby, tell me how could you be so cruel?
Calling out to all businesses from the back and beyond, don’t forget local business in Guildford and surrounding areas of my hometown.
Calling out to all businesses from the back and beyond, don’t forget local business in Guildford and surrounding areas of my hometown. I would like to ask you to help donate and retweet this blog to your fellow business friends, clients and all of the galore. Think I’m starting to sound big headed all well got to advertise one way or another haven’t I; by throwing in my amazing skills of dry sense of humour into the works of things, the reason why I want to reach out to you awesome people is because I have been assigned to this mammoth task of helping a charity called Sentebale but only just one area of West Africa and the country that I am based of helping is Nigeria.
In Nigeria there children who are out there who need your help, be their voices, and your love. The charity has only set the foundation in Nigeria barely six months of this year (2017), they literally have nothing to help the children to read, write or learn knew skills that will equip them for life. My offer is too is this. If you help us to raise the funds to be able to get things up and running. We will be able to help train the children who can learn new skills; how money works, how long it takes them to make the projects and most importantly know that with the money of each product that they make gets sold. The money will go back to them through the charity; if this sounds right up your street by helping the children, to provide for themselves and to achieve positive goals.
Let me tell you the story of what their life is like out there along side quotes from one of the countries that has been founded by Sentebale already. You may need tissues or a shoulder to cry on when you read this.
Story of Nigeria and the children who need our help
Nigeria is a country that nestled itself in the middle of Benin which boarders which is the West of Nigeria; in the East you will find Chad and Cameroon, in the North is Niger and in the South lays the coast of Gulf of Guninea which is facing out to the Atlantic Ocean. Nigeria is actually known as Federal Republic of Nigeria; it is also referred to as the ‘Giant of Africa’ owing to the population and economy, as it is the most popular country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world.
Nigeria has also been known to one of the most population of youths in the world; along with approximately 188 million inhabitants in the country alone, the fact that this is a well known and popular country to go to. However I would like to take you down to behind the scenes of the reason why I want you to come, read and donate.
The fact is in Nigeria no one really talks about the needy, the homeless and the orphans in the country. There are children who have witness loosing their parents to HIV right before their eyes; there are some children who don’t even know that they have contracted the disease, or even been passed down from their parents until they get tested and some come back with positives.
Children become homeless due to being rejected from their families, their communities, or even when they eat with other children at school the teachers think that they are going to pass it on to other students. Children from all ages do not understand how or why they are being treated as an out cast to everyone. There are some children who cannot finish their education due to the fact that their families or friends cannot afford the uniform, materials or even worst luck is to looking after their other siblings due to the fact that no one else can due to their parents or any other family members passing away from HIV.
As I was watching a few youtube video clips for research and etc for this page; I have picked out a few stories from three different generations one from a 9 year old, a teenager and a nurse. Why not read on; see for yourself how they manage to cope with having HIV, along with a nurse who is helping one of the children today. Please bare this in mind that; these are real life stories that I’m talking to you about, along with their ages may have changed since I have taken on this role.
Children/nurses in Lesotho have come to tell their story (when it was documented at the time). Here are their stories of how they deal with it all. First story quote is being told by Mots’ Eliso Motaung from Lesotho “My name is Mots’ Eliso Motaung. I am 9 years old. It’s terrible living with HIV. I never tell anyone that I have HIV’
The second story quote is from a teen (I didn’t really catch the her name) but this is her story. “When I was young I got sick, I didn’t feel good about myself. People didn’t like me playing with their children. At school I wasn’t allowed to eat from the same plate as them because they said I would infect the others. I was very upset. I wondered why me? What have I done that makes me different from other children”
Third story is where a nurse who knows the teen’s background and this is what she had said “she was very young only 6 years old and she didn’t understand what was happening. I think HIV was stigmatised because people didn’t understand it. HIV is the same as any other disease and we’re now able to treat it, and get better.’
That’s just one country tackling the HIV that has effected the children no matter what; this is what we want to do in Nigeria to be able to tackle the needy, the homeless and Orphans that have been effected in this way by the terrible disease. One volunteer that I have asked what is it like in the home that he works in he replied ‘It’s fun (working with the children) Nigeria is a place of fun. Different kids with different talents and when a volunteer worker see’s a new kid, they start to wonder, what does this kid have now?’
We want to raise money to be able to help us to buy enough materials that can produce enough to be able to products and to teach the children new skills; how to make money, how to achieve things in life no matter how bad their life is or what they had to go through in their time they have. Along with we need to have enough money to be able to fund everyday essentials that we can use; like toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair brushes and etc.
Every little donation that you make will help go towards these supplies; no matter how little or how big, we appreciate it and it will go along way to help the Nigerian children who need the love and support that is coming from everywhere else. In showing that they are being heard, listened to, being loved and cared for no matter how it is received in the correct manner.
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In memory of 100 years ago was the First World War between 1914-1918. In the running of the 100 years; Christopher Nolan had created a film about Dunkirk; the tragic, the fear, the frightened has come to the screens as actors recreate the days of Dunkirk. What it must of felt like when the Second World War happened from 1939-1945. In the days of the 1940s on the beaches of Dunkirk.
The miracle evacuation of Dunkirk in the Second World War has brought to real life again; through actors who played the roles of the soldiers who had died that day, trying to come home but left vulnerable on open lands of the beaches and the sea. Director Christopher Nolan has turned to the evacuation of Dunkirk for his latest acclaimed film; the fact that he brought back the the stunning great escape that helped Britain avoid defeat in the Second World War, showing that we had risked everything in the days of saving the British army.
100 years ago was the First World War saw lots of unnerved, scared, frightened men who didn’t want to be out in the war zone; in May 26 and June 4, 1940 and that year saw some 338,000 troops rescued from the beaches of Dunkirk. Following Nolan’s success of blockbusters such as The Dark Knight and Inception; Nolan’s latest film that tells the story of Dunkirk, “the event that shaped our world”, as the poster says.
Nolan and his crew have gone to great depth of history, research and pains to faithfully to recreate Operation Dynamo to able to see what it may of looked like and feel like the time that had taken place.
Dunkirk – The Event That Shaped Our World/ Shaped Our Country
Lizzysweeklyblogs Review of Dunkirk
I got invited to go to see the film Dunkirk by my best friend that I use to work with called Meg Anne. Who wanted to see it because it hard Harry Styles from One Direction in it; not sure at the time she knew the true history of the event, until I had to explain it all to her at the end of the film when she got confused on some areas. Which is understandable to be honest when I’m a bit older than her and did study it at school, went on the trips to the areas where they were fight in both wars (not at Dunkirk) and also knowing a bit more due to own self research along with family who are into different types of historical facts themselves.
The film was very in tense throughout the film; not much dialogue throughout the film but the fact that I was literally hugging my cardigan close to my face, meant I felt like I was there on the beaches with the soldiers who were frightened and scared at the time it was happening.
Every time the camera panned to Tom Hardy and Kenneth Branagh when something serious was about to happen. I was like NO! And OMG! They are going to die but yet they survived every time it happened for another second, another minute, another half an hour, another hour and another day. You could tell something wasn’t going to be right; when the cameras went onto Kenneth Branagh, it was the way he looked up into the sky and he soon realised what was coming towards them all.
I believe that all the actors who did the film have to be well and truly magnificent because to be able to experience something like that as acting if your adrenaline kicks in; the fear of the unknown what’s coming next, the fear of I’m going to be next one to be killed.
I would rate this film as 5/5 because it’s absolutely brilliant.
Guest Review: Megan Anne’s Dunkirk Review
Apologies for strong bad language from my friend; she has no concept of her language, especially when it comes to Harry Styles. I’ll try my best to reduce the amount of swearing by bleeping them out but keeping them in as it’s her words not mine. However she wants me to had more to it just to make her look smarter but I’ll see what I can do.
I personally didn’t know what to to expect to begin with; but I was happy with the film based on the true facts of history, of our past that had changed our future that we live in today. The film was so tense that I was on the edge of my seat; making me feel like I was there on the beaches of Dunkirk, like I wanted to help save each solider that were in danger whilst putting myself at risk. The fact that I was confused at some parts of the film; yet having Lizzy’s knowledge and understanding of what it would be like out there, also having the understanding that one of he actors were actually the ones of the good guys as she explained to me which airplanes are which and which side they belong to. The fact that I know I can pick Lizzy’s brains for things like these topics; I know I can’t go wrong either way, and I like to learn new things that I didn’t know before.
All the actors were amazing bringing everything to life; bring me into their world of what’s happening throughout the film, as there’s not a lot of dialogue throughout the film but the actors showed that their feelings of being anxious, panicky, petrified, running scared and terror stricken. Oh and the most important thing was that Harry Style was unbelievable; he was playing a character that I really didn’t expect play, but as he brought out the heart racing that my heart was going to come out of my chest. As there were lots of tense scenes that he was in; as I thought my life was going to be over if he died in battle of survival, “because of Harry F********* Styles” sorry guys I can’t help it he’s absolutely beautiful!
Fantastically directed film by Christopher Nolan. I would rate it overall 5 stars.
Thought I’ll bring in a joint blog morning session for Sentebaleblogs and lizzysweeklyblogs; well teaming up with me, myself and I writing them off course. The fact that I can do the amazing trick is going to be a test because I have no hope of being able to keep up with two blogs at the same time. So Wednesday Mornings at 10am is Sentebaleblogs time to have its first major Wednesday event; I thought who else knows how to kick start it all on a Wednesday, I know my Wednesday Evening Post at 8pm for Lizzysweeklyblogs. Joint effort they all say.
I cried enough tears to see my own reflection in them; as they roll down my cheeks and into the river, that’s when it was clear that I can’t deny I really miss him and them. To think that I was wrong. I guess you really don’t know what you got until it’s gone. All the pain is just the consequences of the love that we have; I’m just saying on behalf of the children, I’m sorry for the sake of us.
He and them was my everything; until I realised that they had nothing to go on and it’s taking me a lot to say but now he’s gone to rescue the children, my heart is missing something and so now it’s time that I pushed my pride away. This is because you are my everything; you are, you are my everything.
I know that you’re not going to be that far away but I still can’t handle all of the distance that’s between us; yet you are travelling with me in my heart, as I’m in yours. I hope this is a temporary feeling because this is too much to bear; when they have nothing, without him they know that sorry isn’t a cure but they know that he will get help from somewhere. The children wondered if it ever crossed your mind if they are worth fighting for; because they are his everything and they are my everything, it is time to feel what is is missing in your heart. It is time that you start pushing your pride away.
Listen to the night sky. As it’s nice and peaceful. The stars glisten you can hear the words of tiny voice of the children singing; “you are, you are, you are my everything.”
You got a friend in need, we got a friend in need, we got a friend in need. Who needs your help.
As Robbie Rotten on LazyTown, has given laughter to children around the world. He created a foundation to help stop bullying. He is a tireless advocate for special needs children. And now Stefan Karl needs our help.
Stefan has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The operation he has had will prevent him from working for up to a year. We want him to use that year to rest and recuperate so that he can once again return to what he does best – making kids smile all over planet Earth.
We are raising funds to help Stefan and his family survive the coming year. Not only will they need assistance with medical bills, but it’s important that Stefan be allowed to heal his body and spirit without the additional burden of financial need.
We appreciate any amount of gift you are able to extend to Stefan and his family. As he moves from this difficult time toward a full recovery, we ask for your generosity, your prayers and good wishes.
Let’s answer Robbie with a thunderous noise of gratitude and joy for everything he’s given to the world of children’s entertainment!
Help spread the word! Stefan Karl’s Year of Healing $157,525 of $200k goal raised.
Go on donate, go on, oh go on, oh go on, GO ON! (Apologies not too sure why Father Teds house keeper took over) please help and donate to see him return to our screens again.