I'm going to be honest with you, right now 2018 is a bit of a blur, perhaps I've been walking about with blinkers on all year. I wouldn't say nothing eventful happened, because it did; instead it is maybe that the year went by so fast. Yes there have been ups and downs, stress and … Continue reading So long 2018
Yep you read it right, I am here to tell you all to go and check your boobs! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with cancer now affecting one in two people with over 12,000 cancer diagnoses being made made in Northern Ireland every year it is so important to be aware! I'll also … Continue reading BOOBS!
Read about my first time at the 1950's inspired Tudor Cinema in Northern Ireland to watch The Greatest Showman; all in aid of fundraising for Marie Curie, North Down. A while ago mum had said to me to keep Thursday 13th September free and to be back down home in Bangor; we were heading to … Continue reading AT THE MOVIES
So it's the summer hols and alongside eating healthy and exercising I'm spending loads of time with my besties and getting out and about! We headed to our favourite bar in Belfast Horiato Todds for their monthly pub quiz. Last time I can't remember where we ranked but we did win top prize in the … Continue reading Are you quizzing me?
Today I'm STANDING UP TO CANCER! Tonight Channel4 have a TV marathon on to raise money, showing people's stories, tips and advise and fun/celebrity sketches. This was me in November 3 years ago, weeks after my last chemo. This was me a year later (nearly 1 year free of cancer) And another year later (nearly 2 … Continue reading STAND UP TO CANCER!!!
Last Sunday I spent the afternoon with my bestie Christine and her mum at a Vintage sale and Afternoon Tea to raise money for the NSPCC. The ladies organising it had done an amazing job! Just look and see what was there . . . Such an amazing array of food, gorgeous little sweet treats and handmade goodies. … Continue reading Vintage Sale and Afternoon Tea
Last week I watched a life changing documentary on BBC three - Kris: Dying to Live. The programme was about a young girl called Kris who was diagnosed at 23 with aggressive terminal cancer. It showed you her story, how she left it for ages before she went and got the lump in her breast checked out, too late and how now she is … Continue reading COPPAFEEL