You may have noticed, I am a danderer, I love a bit of a plod around the countryside taking pictures and generally making a nuisance of myself by looking over fences and shouting MINT SAUCE at passing sheep so I take a keen interest in places my chums go for a dander. So it was with some excitment in Casa McDonagh that we noticed one of our online chums Jules is doing the INCA TRAIL in Peru!! Setting aside for the moment that this is one of my “bucket list” danders and the jealousy quotient was immeadiately off the scale, Jules is doing this to raise some cash for a very important charity The Children’s charity.
The Children’s Society is committed to helping vulnerable and disadvantaged young people, including children in care and young runaways. They give a voice to disabled children, help young refugees to rebuild their lives and provide relief for young carers. Through their campaigns and research, they seek to influence policy and perceptions so that young people have a better chance in life.TheSprog © (aka Niall McDonagh) can be a right royal pain in the arse, infuriating childish and yet thoughtfully adult in equal measures and his road to adulthood has been both fun and difficulty for him and us his parents. BUT and this is an important “BUT” many many children do NOT have the fun bit in their lives, for them it is just difficulty heaped on difficulty that that is quite simply WRONG! That is why Val and I are right behind Jules in her effort to “Dander for Dosh” for this important cause.
Now I know times are tough for us all just now and demands on our purses are many however if you motely collection of family, friends, colleagues and fellow geeks could spare just a couple of £’s or $’s today to help Jules raise and pass her target of £3950.00 for this very important charity it would be the best couple of clicks you could use your mouse for on this Easter Sunday. So Please please please please click here and give Jules as much as you can … one less pint this evening and you will be helping to bring smiles back into the lives of some kids and you can’t really say fairer than that!
Happy Easter to you all – Steve and Val