I looked up and I seen a sea of amazing, beautiful WOMEN! A sisterhood big and strong.
With my Mum, Nana and 2 amazing aunties front and centre, my mother in law and my 3 best friends in the world just behind I felt the nervousness and anxiety I had about the day lift off my shoulders.
What was I nervous about?
No one cared if I had sweat patches
No one cared if I rashed up
No one cared if I stumbled on my words
All they cared about was me and my message. They were here to support me and help me raise awareness! ( And to met the gorgeous Sophie Cachia 😂 probably mostly to met her haha) but they were there none the less !
I know it sounds SUPER cliche but please everyone live your life to the fullest!
I always thought I was doing just this but that day I was told I had cancer I realised really quickly that there was so much I still wanted to experience! And I’m really glad to have had this realisation now before I spend the rest of my life just getting on with it.
So, go for late night dessert, go to a day time movie by yourself, spend a whole day nude, ride a camel, give the kids ice cream for dinner and for god sakes please build yourself a burger at Maccas 🙌🏻👌🏻
What ever it is no mater how big or how small just do it and do it now. Don’t wait until next pay day just close your eyes and dive in!
LIVE (ironically I have a tattoo on my ribs VIVERE which means LIVE) 💃🏻
Yesterday was honestly one of the most incredible days of my life no one and nothing is going to wipe this smile of my face for a long time.
So to my new Sisterhood THANK YOU from the very pit of my heart your love and support and most importantly your sincere passion for wanting to help really means a million times more then you will ever know.
Oh and did I mention I made it through the day with minimal sweat patches 😂😂. I have a legit fear of sweat patches
Lastly I’m sure you all do already but if you don’t give Sophie aka The Young Mummy a follow she really is an inspirational young mum just telling it like it is 💃🏻
Love and hugs to you all
The Gutsy Mummy