I’m an extremely happy bunny.
It’s just been confirmed that Henry Dancer Days has been successful in a bid to Children in Need. We’re to receive funds to support the Storytelling Project in the RVI’s Paediatric Oncology Wards.
Friday 27th May, 2016 saw me attending the Leavers’ Liturgy for Henry’s year group.
Do you remember Emma who enjoyed a shopping spree which increased her confidence so much? Sadly our girl is now working her way through a bucket list. This is her latest blog. What more can I say but Emma, you’re incredible!
Today, many of us watch moments in life as moving images. When I was a kid, events were recorded in what we now see as faded photos or lost albums in black and white. How things change. We now have immediacy we couldn’t have known before.
“The Secret O’ Life is enjoying the passage of time. Any fool can do it, there ain’t nothing to it.” James Taylor.
There have been several 18th Birthday parties of late. I’ve been delighted to be invited to some of them and witness Henry’s friends passing another milestone.
My name’s Fran and I’m lucky enough to run a small business called Perspective. In early 2015, Harlands Accountants introduced me to a lady called Jane … I was told I’d get on with her very well, and the rest is history!
Usually, as bereaved Mums, we manage to muddle through.
I’m a member of several groups and we agree that some days we tread water, on others we wade through treacle and, on yet others, we just disappear beneath duvets or blankets.
Emily and Samantha at last year’s Durham Big Ride
We’d love to see you at one or more of our events as we fundraise.
I decided that it was time to sort my calendar out and got a rather big surprise as I saw just how many events are planned by other people, as well as those I’m setting up personally
What do you normally do with children at Easter? Chocolate, chicks, lambs, Easter Bonnet and egg competitions and a big Sunday lunch?
We have several new Corporate Partners, who are helping us by either paying a monthly Direct Debit or raising funds as companies.