Bet the gruesome twosome were delighted when Esme had an accident for the many views that clickbait will bring them , despicable parents
Sliced her finger cutting an apple. It was fine to stand and film first thoughWhat's happened to Esme?
Plus if you lived in your car alone you’d still have more individual space than they have in the mouldy van.So she was prattling on about vlogging being a real job, knowing that they had an entire vlog centred around their kid in a hospital bed coming right up... Think I'd rather live in my car than call making money out of an injured child a job.
I so empathise with you. My mental health difficulties were ‘sort of obvious’ but not serious until I reached thirty. It quickly became obvious ‘something was far from right’ and the roller coaster of the next 10 years was, at best challenging and at worst terrifying. However, like so much the passage of time has helped. It has taken time for me to realise that doing your very best with what you have is the best you can do. Take care.I know all about depression. I had a complete breakdown in 2011 and was subsequently diagnosed with clinical depression and generalised anxiety disorder, later on I was diagnosed with bipolar and a personality disorder. I am not and was not talking about depressed people, because depressed people are my people. I was talking about people who are negative constantly.
Those meals look greatPlease don’t misunderstand me, I’m no Mary Berry but with the help of my carer (peeling/chopping etc) I’ve batch cooked today.
The meat cost £11 and vegetables £6, cheese and bits another 3 so around £20. Lazy could feed her family with what’s on offer for 6 days . There’s mince and dumplings, lasagne, chicken enchiladas, ham hock broth, Moussaka, and panhagerty (a northern dish made with corned beef and bacon. Non of these dishes are difficult or expensive.