“Life is meant to be lived, not controlled” – Junior Miss Preston’s words of wisdom.
I have had a very busy few days this past week! Filled with many things from meetings to hospital trips.
A few months ago I realised I had a cyst on my upper eye lid which unfortunately would not disappear on its own or with prescribed antibiotics.
I was referred to the hospital for a minor opertation on my eye to remove the cyst. For this I had to be at Ormskirk hospital bright and early for 8am on Friday the 7th.
I arrived at the hospital, had the numbing cream put onto my hands and then filled in a lot of forms! After waiting for not very long at all I was taken up to theatre.
The doctor put me to sleep with general anesthetic and then within twenty minutes the operation was complete. I woke up feeling poorly and it took me a couple of days to recover properly but I’m feeling a lot brighter now!
UK Prom Shows:
Exciting news! I had a meeting with the wonderful Sarah Burns and Tom Cobden from the business UK Prom Shows on Thursday evening.
They are both very lovely people and are starting their new business off with the event ‘Preston Prom Show’. The business also support the charity ‘Space’ which is a charity that supports children and their families.
This event will be held on Sunday the 23rd of March from 10am-5pm. The day will be filled with everything you need to organise for your prom, even transport.
I contacted Sarah and Tom about the ‘Preston Prom Show’ event and I will be appearing and helping out throughout the day. Not only this but they also asked me if I would like to be the Preston Prom Show Ambassador, to which, I said yes of course!
I’m extremely excited for this event and would love to invite everyone to come! It’s going to be an amazing day so get down and organise the perfect prom all in just one day!
I hope to see you there.
CRY Charity Event:
Finally myself and Ivy Kusaloka (Junior Miss Preston Guild 2012) have begun taking our plans for our upcoming event in July further!
Tickets are now on sale at this link – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/miss-preston-cry-charity-ball-tickets-10845762969.
I’d love for all of you to come as it is going to be an amazing night with loads of stories, food, entertainment and of course prizes so please come ready to give.
The theme for the night is black tie so please come dressed appropriately and ladies get your best dress on! This is a night to raise money and recognise the brilliant work that the amazing CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) do our area and around the country.
This week I came across this piece of text which I wanted to share on my blog.
“Read that book, wake up early in the morning and go for that run to start off your day. Eat as clean as possible because you’ll feel so much better but treat yourself as well.
Be kind to everyone. Go out to a cafe and watch people walk buy as you sip your coffee. Compliment that stranger! Start a conversation with that person on the bus.
Read a book about food, about astronomy, learn a new language. Watch the sunrise. Get away for a weekend. Introduce yourself. Do yoga and go on a hike. Lie on the beach under the stars with your best friend.
Dance around and sing at the top of yours lungs at that festival. Life is meant to be lived, not controlled.”
I hope you enjoyed reading my blog this is week and you have a fabulous week ahead of you.
Lots of love,