What makes a great Sunday? Giant boob costumes, pink headbands, a cling-filmed rads-blasted boob, running shoes, a dose of determination and a celebratory pub lunch that’s what!
Yep, that’s right. We completed the 10k. And, with balloon-filled boobs on our backs, we did it in style.
Thinking back to yesterday’s aims, I am glad to report I finished in one piece with no missing body parts and we (by which I mean Fran, Sam and I as Duncan was up with the ‘running elite’) shaved off 12 minutes from the chemo run time. I think it’s fair to say when I pushed for the finish (I even had a bit left in the tank after three hills) imagining all of the amazing people fighting cancer on a daily basis – and all of those who have supported my fight – I couldn’t have been happier.
Thank you for believing in me, running with me and pledging drinks to help me raise money for such an amazing cause. I couldn’t have done it without you!
This is one finish line I won’t ever forget. Just one more active treatment finish line to go… tomorrow.
One sleep to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here’s the photographic evidence:
One thought on “Breast cancer lesson 154: Believe you can and you’re halfway there”
Well done 😃