My husband has recently been in hospital (he’s home, and, recovering now.) but these last few weeks I’ve found myself flailing around quite a bit trying to do at least 15 things at once.
It’s Brain Tumour Research’s Wear a Hat Day tomorrow (and there are still a few day’s left in Brain Tumour Awareness Month.) I’ve been quite involved in this years campaign and my family feature in some of the promotional material. I’ve also done a couple of interviews with That’s Manchester and Heart radio.
Despite all this I’ve been a bit slow on the uptake in terms of putting it out there and sharing it with you guys (blame the ill husband – ha.).
Wear a Hat Day is tomorrow. TOMORROW!!! I know it’s late in the day but please join in if you can.
Put a hat on, donate and, of course, stay at home. It really is as simple as that.
I have a Facebook fundraising page setup that I’ll keep open for the next few weeks. It would be amazing if you could donate – big or small – every little helps!
Research into potential new treatments for brain tumours is so important for all patients but since becoming a mum, the stark statistics (brain tumours kill more men, women, boys, and girls under the age of 40 than any other type of cancer.) hit me so much harder. I have to be here to watch my baby boy grow up.
And, for that reason alone, I’m doing all I can to help.
Find out more about Wear a Hat Day here
Donate to my fundraising page