I have a habit of working too much. Of getting into a rut and forgetting that life is here to be lived and I need to be reminded to get out there and enjoy the time I have here with my little pod. Since getting out dog in December we’ve been getting out and about a bit more and I’m thankful for it. We’re really lucky that we live in a gorgeous part of the country surrounded by greenspace where we can run (ahem bimble) free. It’s great to get outside, take a deep breath and be thankful for what we have.
On Sunday 31 May Shooting Stars, the children’s hospice care charity, is organising a sponsored walk in London. The Sunrise Walk kicks off at 4.30am in Richmond, and takes in Richmond Park, Bushy Park and Home Park near Hampton Court Palace. Families will be lighting lanterns to remember loved ones, and is hoping to raise over £40,000 to provide vital support and care for bereaved families. You can take part in the walk (there are short and long routes available to suit different families) or donate via the website.
To help raise awareness of the Shooting Stars Sunrise Walk, 12 Tots100 bloggers will be sharing photos of their family moments throughout a single day on Twitter and Instagram – look for the hashtag #SSCmakeeverymomentcount to check them out, and please do share and RT generously – it’s a fabulous cause.