Good Friday Walk All Over Cancer Challenge day 30. When I was growing up Good Friday was always a holy day in our house, a day for quiet reflection and church. Yesterday evening a few people started to make donations to my page and I am truly humbled by their generosity PLEASE CLICK HERE. Cancer hits so many people, so many families and I believe every penny given helps as the fight to find better treatments and cures goes on. We’ve lived with Cancer in our lives for over sixteen years now and we’ve seen incredible steps forward, we’ve also lost dear friends along the way, so once again as I walked today my mind was filled with memories, love and hope.
My Good Friday Walk All Over Cancer was wet from start to finish as is illustrated by the pictures. It was raining as I left home and it was raining when I got back, I think it stopped for a while but it was a day when I had to stick to footpaths rather than venture off. The first and last pictures are from what I call the Foxhills underpass on my way out and then back to Ashurst. This middle picture below was from a house out that way where the residents made me smile with their sense of humour 🙂
My Good Friday Walk All Over Cancer Challenge soundtrack was more of the Ken Dashow Beatles Revolution podcast, some Beatles and finally a few tracks from Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly.
I was home before 11am having completed over 11,000 steps, now it’s time for a toasted hot cross bun and coffee. Thank you to everyone who has supported me in this small challenge. There is light at the end of the tunnel.