You know what I mean, the go to film when you're ill and you want to escape from the world and lose yourself in someone else's life. I've come down with a cold and I'm feeling dreadful. Since there's very little I can do other than dose up with vitamins and echinacea, I'm just waiting for it to go away.
My go to film has to be The Lake House, with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock.I watched it about four years ago when I was ill and now it's the film I get out when I'm feeling poorly and want to feel cosy and cheered up. If you haven't seen it, then I really recommend it, it's a proper girlie romance, perfect for cuddling up under a blanket with a hot chocolate and a box of tissues. I won't spoil the end; but put it this way I hate sad films and would never recommend one!
Claire Wade is the winner of the Good Housekeeping Novel Competition and author of The Choice. She was bed bound for six years with severe ME, trapped in a body that wouldn't do what she wanted. She now writes about people who want to break free from the constraints of their lives, a subject she's deeply familiar with.
I'm an author, disability activist, winner of the Good Housekeeping First Novel Competition and The EABA for Fiction 2020 and co-founder of Authors with Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses (ADCI).
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