Sunday 25 March 2012


Just have a little patience
I'm still hurting from a love I lost
I'm feeling your frustration
Any minute all the pain will stop...

My heart is numb, has no feeling
So while I'm still healing
Just try and have a little patience...

I'll try to be strong
Believe me I'm trying to move on
It's complicated but understand me...

(Take That Patience lyrics)

This song sums up how Mummy feels. Mummy has found something to concentrate on constructively, instead of depressing and negative thoughts. But, but sometimes, it's not often but sometimes Mummy cries. She cries wiping her tears in her blue Mongolian deel sleeves and writes. She gets frustrated that her little boy left lying in the ground in the cold, in a dark place. All Mummy can do now is to write and hopefully influence some people who are using or misusing the term 'Mongol.'

Mummy was even told by someone recently that Mummy looks as if she has Down Syndrome because Mummy is Mongolian. He said 'Yes, the flat face!' Oh I know he didn't mean to hurt or offend Mummy he says. Do you know that was his ignorance and he was blind to it. He believes what he was saying.

Do you know what?! This British Dr John Langdan Down who lived in 1800s made up this term just based on his opinion, in his opinion, in his opinion. Yeah, let's just call these idiots 'Mongols.' They are not as superior as we are.
Now the consequence is the whole world is misusing the word Mongol. It frustrates Mummy. Now Mummy is really determined to 'change the world' not to use this term. Yes, change the world. It will change the world of many people including people with Down Syndrome, their relatives, friends and Mongolians. Mongolians don't have to feel confused about it, they don't have to feel uncomfortable about it, they need to know about it and challenge these ignorant people. Ok, Billy sorry baby, Mummy is just writing how she is today. She had enough of walking on egg shells, she had enough of people being 'polite' and not to offend others by challenging these ignorant people. Mummy'll end today's blog with this quote.

'In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.'
Martin Luther King, Jr.


  1. I've just found these lasts two posts, they are lovely.When I look at the photo of your bonnie wee man I see a baby who is half Mongloian, I do not see a baby with Downs. Reading your book at the moment.It's so good.

    1. Thak you, Anne. Always appreciate your comments. X

  2. Just came across your blog and I cannot express it enough how proud I feel of you! Wish you only the best and hope to read your book "Mongol" one day.

    1. Bayarlalaa Gerelchuluun. Blogiig min unshsand, bodloo huvaaltssand, uram ugsund ih bayarlalaa. Oort ni az jargal sain saihan buhniig husye. 'Mongol' nom maani ireh jil garna. Za zochilj baigaarai.

    2. Anonymous18.3.13

      You're doing a great job to change thinking.Keep up the good work and hopefully it eases your pain.Billy knows how you feel and that you're both making a difference! Lots of love and support to you both! xxx