I hope everyone is well?
Recently, we took this vlog/blog on tour by visiting the beautiful city of Madrid.
So, now, we can officially call ourselves "International vloggers."
Amy took her camera with her and - yet again - did an amazing job of capturing the beauty of the Spanish capital.
Neither of us had been to Madrid before, and with one of us suffering from memory problems - not naming any names - we thought it was a great opportunity to add to our rapidly-growing online memory chest.
As you can see from the wonderful film Amy made of the trip, we had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
But I just thought I would take the opportunity to re-emphasise why we are now adding "blogging" to our repertoire as well as just "blogging."
When you have suffered a brain injury, at times you cannot really rely on your own memory.
I admit this is a sad state of affairs.
But instead of sitting around and moping about it (while watching far too much daytime television) we decided to do something about it by - literally - recording memories. It seems, as always, Amy and I are the perfect fit. She has a creative love for taking pictures and film making and now has a beautiful reason to do so. So Amy your welcome!
Another element was I am obviously now passionate about brain injuries and people who - like me - have suffered them.
Therefore, I want to show my brain-injury brothers and sisters it is possible to lead a "normal" life, and do plenty of "normal" things - whatever that word "normal" means.
Therefore, if anyone is reading/watching this - who has suffered a brain injury - I hope you can take some comfort from it. There are ways and means to help you jump over those seemingly impenetrable hurdles.
Hope you enjoy the video...