The MS Readathon is a fantastic event. I took part in it as a child and have lots of nostalgic feelings from my experiences. I loved to read as a child so it was my favourite fundraising event.
As a teenager I had a teacher, Mrs Belcher (I think that’s right, its been 20 yrs), with Multiple Sclerosis. she was a bloody badass and total inspiration. She put up with zero shit. She was one of my absolute favourite teachers.
A few years ago my uncle was diagnosed and it completely changed his families life. He lived with us a lot while I was growing up and he and his wife mean the world to me. It is a cruel disease.
So this year in honour of my Uncle Mark, my kids are both taking part.
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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme where we get to feed that part of our soul that loves lists, by coming up with 10 things related to a certain topic. Top Ten Tuesday was originally created by The Broke and Bookish and is now being hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and future topics can be found here. This weeks topic is: LOVE Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday”
A quick readathon this weekend.
2019 is the year of the readathon. So of course I’m jumping on the bandwagon and taking part in the 8 in two readathon, brought to us by the lovely ladies from 25infive.
This weekend we have a bit on, but I’m hopeful that I can smash out 4 hours of reading each night and that will be enough. Continue reading “8 in two readathon”
It’s the end of the 24in48 Readathon. For more info and dates for the next one make sure you check out 24in48.com.
My goal was 12hrs and 3 books. Continue reading “24in48 Readathon wrap up”
This weekend I’m participating in my first readathon. I have always wanted to do one, but I’m lazy and needed someone to encourage me and do it with me. Lucky for me I had that this month. The aim of the game is in the title, read for 24 hours in a 48 hour period. Continue reading “24in48 Readathon”