We pushed the toddler, and for the most part she was happy to sit for the ride.
I had registered us for 5 km, but when we got our numbers back it was indicated we were up for the 8 km. When we came to the split during the walk, we decided on the longer route. It was a good exercise as well. I am proud of us!
I am glad that we were able to contribute in a very small way in the crusade against breast cancer. It is a wake-up call every time I see people walking “in-loving-memory-of”!
The motto to remember” “Early detection saves lives!”
The teen and I had a bit of a scare last year when she did a breast examination and she found a lump. It turned out to be a fibroadenoma, and the gynaecologist confirmed this year that it is nothing to be worried about...
But we had a big scare! I can just imagine when you realize the lump is SOMETHING to worry about...
iThemba raises funds for breast cancer education and awareness in South Africa. A donation is also made to the Bosom Buddies breast cancer support group.