I'm completing the pretty mudder in memory of my Grandma Joyce and Grandma Anne.
My Grandma Joyce lost her battle before i even got to meet her, this nasty disease took her far to early and robbed me of a Grandparent. i just wish i had some time to get to know her because if she was anything like my mum she would have been amazing. The only thing i have to hold onto is that my daughter carries her name so she will always be apart of me, even though i never knew her.
My 'granny Anny' was a wonderful woman, a determined woman who never gave up (just ask the DVLA) But when i was 17 she couldn't fight it no more, i stayed with her and helped looked after her, we sat up sometimes at 2 am in the morning looking through photo albums sharing precious memories with what precious little time she had left. She always made me laugh, she always smiled and she was always proud. "love you lots"
I am also taking part for my brave Auntie Sue who has been fighting this battle the last few months. She has been given the all clear but the journey wasn't easy and is still on the road to recovery but a positive road.
To the patients i have helped look after, my friends, my family that is fighting this or fought it i just want to say i admire your strength, your courage, your determination, but most of all your bravery to face this and regardless of how much i raise every little helps and ill be honored to do this for you in a hope that maybe one day there will be more happier endings.
Thankyou for support, and ill try my hardest to get as muddy as i can. :) Hayley