Thursday 9 May 2013

Why I Campaign.....

Oh how I have missed blogging: I have so many ideas I want to share, so many thoughts I want to get down, so many words that need to be committed to the page.  I just don't have the time or space to do it at present.......... instead, I recently made a 'vlog' - which I share with you now.  Hopefully this will help you see why blogging has had to slow for a bit; but hang in there with me - I will be back to blogging as soon as I can!

angela x


  1. You have put your case so eloquently despite your exhausition - because it comes from the heart. Phil and I can never thank you enough for supporting us through the amazing experience of birthing our second baby. You touched our family in a special way at a very special time. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the work you are putting in to campaigning on behalf of all women to keep IM alive and keeping birth choice alive. The NHS does not and possibly never can offer what every woman needs during birth. It is outrageous that our freedom to choose should be taken away in this cavalier fashion. Though I don't plan on having more babies I desperately want my daughter and any future daughter-in-law to have the freedom to make the same choice I did. I will do what I can to 'shout louder' and support this campaign. Please hang in there, Angela, because this is so important and you could change so many women's lives for the better if you and the campaign succeed. That is quite an amazing legacy to leave.

  2. I just found these comments; thank you so much for taking the time to write them and for 'shouting' with us. I will never give up as long as we have women like you to support and need us. love angela x