Some Mothers Do ‘Ave A Busy Wednesday was Day 21 of my Walk All Over Cancer challenge for me and Cancer Research UK. It is also It’s Down Syndrome Awareness week with the 21st being It’s Down Syndrome Awareness day and among the amazing things to do with this that turned up on my FaceBook timeline was a lovely little girl called Chloe who encouraged us to wear odd socks to celebrate with her – so I did – both thermal of course because it’s still cold here.
Some Mothers Do ‘Ave A Busy Wednesday also marked “one month to my daughter’s wedding” and part of the reason I started this challenge was to get mobile and make sure my suit isn’t too tight come the big day. So in the morning when I went out we took the opportunity to have a phone chat about a few wedding related things.
That walk to took me to lunch with my friend Toni to talk about the latest updates o his Selfie Wizard that I’ve been helping to test. It’s now launched and I’m so pleased to see this brilliant idea become reality and doing very well. I’ll be using it again at this Saturday nights Wedding party. Our lunch was at The Coach & Horses, I had the chicken, bacon and avocado wrap which was amazing and nothing like a “lite bite”.
Some Mothers Do ‘Ave A Busy Wednesday continued with a trip to Portsmouth (I didn’t walk but it might have been quicker).
This evening was originally planned back on “Black Friday” in November when we got a special deal on tickets to see Joe Pasquale in “Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em” at the lovely New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth.
I told my good friend (and excellent children’s entertainer) Richard (Party Time for Kids CLICK HERE) and he got tickets for himself and wife Cheryl so we arranged to go together and eat first.
Guess what’s next to The New Theatre Royal … only 7Bone Portsmouth!
What a great night! The show is excellent and we were amazed that it hadn’t sold out – so if you get a chance to go we heartily recommend it.
So that was day 21 with over 10,000 steps completed and a good time had by all. I’ll post the links to my page for the charity again next time – thanks for reading.