She’s my best friend. We live with each other. We’are part of each other. That’s life with cerebral palsy.

 

“I’ve got four other children. But Amy and I are bonded at the hip. She’s my best friend. We live with each other. We’re part of each other. That’s life with cerebral palsy. I do get on her nerves every once in awhile, but you can imagine what it’d be like if you were thirty-six and still stuck with your dad. She makes fun of me a lot. She’s very cheeky. She doesn’t let life get on top of her even though she’s been dealt a bad set of cards. I just want her to be happy and have everything she wants to achieve. I know she really wants a relationship. She even wrote a lovely song about it called ‘Maybe In My Next Life.’ Her mum and I are always here– but that’s a different thing. I know she’d love to have somebody to look after. She’s just got so much to give. So much love to share.”
“Plus a woman has her needs!”
(London, England)
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It’s about knowing that if you want something badly enough, you can get it. It’s an energy. The energy of knowing that the option is there.”

I wish I could be one of those people who laugh and talk for hours without stopping