My gorgeous big brother whipped its butt. My brave dad fought it to the end. What's three stone?!
17 years ago was the first time I met with Mr.C. He took my dad and that was not o.k. I miss him every day.
But then in April 2016 I received a call from my big brother - one of the strongest men I know. "I've got cancer sis" he said, in a calm, strong voice. I of course fell apart and he was the one who told me it was going to be o.k. He had talked it through with his gorgeous wife and their three equally gorgeous children and they were going to face whatever was thrown their way...together. And they did. His bike had to be put away for a while (which he was not happy about) But not for long. He was out cycling as soon as his body would allow him to (probably sooner than he should have). All preparation work and operation was done by June. Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy commenced end of July. It was not good to see such a fit, healthy man like this. Not once did he moan. In mid-December he had the all - clear. He did it. He whipped Mr C's butt and I am glad he is still around to call me Shortass and be a grumpy old git (I love you Dave).
For those of you who know me well, I have always struggled with maintaining a healthy weight over a long period of time (red wine being the main culprit and of course with that comes olives, bread, chocolate etc etc etc)
Together with my gorgeous friend Karen Kilford, we aim to lose 3 stone (each) in three months through a combination of exercise, healthy eating and NO ALCOHOL.
We would appreciate any donation, however small to help us whip Mr C's butt just a little bit more.
Neither of us particularly enjoy taking photographs of ourselves, but we will update the site with our progress. We are determined and will succeed!!!!!
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