Lovely, lovely comments and poems about Rosie and remembering people after they have died. So, it looks like a Team Kilburn book or whatever about remembering is a runner then. Will let you know how it’s going because I’m going to need your help.
Welcome back Claire – we shall all vibe for you.
It’s brilliant the way you are all coming up with ideas about raising money, and doing things you wouldn’t usually do. Some people have said they are doing it because Rosie had to put up with so many unpleasant things, so they are pushing themselves to do things they wouldn’t have done otherwise. Let us know when you are climbing Snowdon, Lucy.
At the weekend, I’m going to try to put up a list of all the ways people are raising money for TKOE. Cal has a trampoline competition in Birmingham so I can put it all together whilst we wait for his turn. I sort of watch behind my hands because I always expect at least one broken neck to happen.
Also, I got all excited about going to the theatre, and then didn’t tell you how it was. It was brilliant. The all male Propeller company. Impossible to describe, but well worth seeing, even if you don’t like Shakespeare. Realised how long it must have been since we’ve been out to see anything though. The tickets were so expensive. And I think theatre should be for everybody. Not just people who can afford it.
A good start to February by the way:
🙂 Rosie’s blog is featuring on BBC online on 7th Feb in an article about how the internet can be a good thing
🙂 TKOE blood donations = 6
🙂 And we now only need to raise £16071. Thank you Newent Rotary.
Cal has just looked over my shoulder and asked why the title of this post is glint. Because it is a good word that isn’t used enough.