Hey there and happy Friday to all of our Hope4Mae friends and followers.
Slowly but surely we’re getting back on track! It’s been a sad and busy few weeks for the Foxes.
Sadly we had to say ‘Goodbye’ to our much loved Auntie Pauline. Some of you will be aware of how much of a great driving force she was for ‘Hope4Mae’. Auntie Pauline inspired Spaldwick on sea to raise money for Mae, She crafted many patchwork Eco bags to raise funds for Mae and spreading awareness of Mae’s cause, helping Mae to achieve her dream really meant so very much to her. Although fighting a terminal illness Auntie Pauline would always keep up to date with Hope4Mae (Checking her pages daily) and would offer her help and support xxxx
We would like to take this opportunity to thank staff and customers at The George, Spaldwick, who have supported and given so generously to Mae’s cause.
Auntie Pauline has made a beautiful patchwork quilt which is to be raffled for Hope4Mae. Tickets will be available in the new year. Please look out for details. Not to be missed!
Last week we went to France with family for a holiday. It was a much needed and welcomed break. We had great fun splashing around in the pool and it was good therapy for Mae. One of the days we visited the seaside and it was so nice to see Mae having so much fun. She could be heard singing “we’re having so much fun in the sea”. She was quite literally lunging herself into the waves on her knees. We heard her saying “And it doesn’t hurt”!
Since we arrived home at the weekend Mae has been straight back to it with swimming, physiotherapy and hospital appointments. We are due at the hospital in less than an hour to get Mae fitted out for a pelvic binder. Fingers crossed it’s been worth the wait.
Thank you for your patience and continued support it really means a lot to us xx