How Good and Great is God who shows me His love every day and wants to teach us! Today's meeting I received as a gift from God and I was overwhelmed! My dear ones, you are extraordinary and thank you for your trust! I love you and we will strive to be with you and your projects!
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Friday 3rd December 2021, we hope to have an official opening for our new centre - depending upon Government covid restrictions.
My plans are to transport craft materials in time for the official opening. Craft materials were requested and already, some wonderful items been kinfly donated from friends.
The centre will be perfect to combat isolation with members of "You Are Never Alone" able to socialise and learn new skills.
We will see "ability-unlocked"!
Hi, enjoyed a brilliant day yesterday. Took 4 guys with complex needs to Melton Mowbray to play in a 5 aside competition and be part of a fun community day. Left 8am from Leamington Spa and returned 7pm.
Beautiful day. Picture shows us with the trophy after winning 6-5 and All 4 of my team have never played a football match before. AND... each one scored which is the "icing on the cake". Simon 2, Franco 2, Tom 1 and Dan 1.
Then to make the day complete... this beautiful project called "Welly's" gave me lots of excellent new craft materials, to take to Romania later this month, responding to an appeal I made online recently. "Well Done" to my team "St Mary's United" but also "Well Done" to all those amazing people at Welly's for their ongoing commitment to help others - especially Zoe and Pippa.
Wonderful day, wonderful memories. I encourage you to look online at their work "Welly's work place with sunny skies" and give them a like.
A friend gave me a copy of this book, knowing of my commitment to support people with additional needs in Romania. I'm not the most enthusiastic reader, but truly enjoyed the honesty and transparency of witnessing the huge battle Cornel and Cati faced just to be together. the title "No barrier too great" correctly describes their challenges.
Noticing that Cornel and Cati now live in UK, I was able to make contact via face book. Next, Cornel has kindly provided the Romanian translation for this website and recently, I visited them at their home to meet 'face to face'. "Such is the power of technology" how friendships can begin and blossom.
It's no exaggeration to say I enjoyed my most tasty lunch in a long time - no surprise knowing Romanian hospitality! These pictures show something our time together. Cornel may be in a wheelchair, but he's a very talented man which fits perfectly in the vision of "ability-unlocked".
I encourage you to get the book and be inspired.
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A day trip to the park with some special friends in Orastie.
Claudia in wheelchair is a non-stop smiler and Facebook expert! Gica in wheelchair is the nephew of Ovidiu who is a wearing red cap. Simona who is wearing black, will be supporting Dinah to re-establish a group for meeting regularly.
True "social distancing"