Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Moonwalk 2017

A couple of months ago, I overheard a few women in the office I previously worked at, talking about how they'd signed up for the London Moonwalk. For those who don't know what this is, it's where women walk the London Marathon during the night, usually wearing pink bras, all in aid of raising money for breast cancer research.

Naturally, my impulsive self kicked in and I signed up immediately.

'It'll be fun. It'll be a good laugh. It's great for charity.', I told myself when clicking the sign up button.

I still think it will be all of those things but I'm realising that 26.2 miles is an awful long way and I'm perhaps a little crazy for thinking it'll be just fun. It'll be hard, cold and exhausting but I'm never one to shy away from a challenge and shall be doing this anyway.

But in order to do this, I do need to raise £100 and therefore need your help. If you could donate even the smallest amount or share this post, tweet about it.. anything(!), then I would be forever grateful. We have all been affected by cancer, whether it's ourselves, a relative, friend or stranger. Each one of us has a story related to the illness, which is why it's important that I do this walk.


Thank you so much in advance, it means the world xx


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