I was over the bloody moon to be asked to appear on BBC One's The Big Questions on Sunday...although I don't think my point came across too eloquently! Here is what I wanted to say...if I hadn't been on live television and rather emotional.Read More
Why I wanted to thank the NHS:
...After the op I remember a lot more. I remember nurses washing my hair and brushing my teeth. I remember nurses sitting next to me and making me feel better when I cried...
...and so I wanted to thank them. I wanted to do something that I would never ever have been able to do if they hadn't brought me back to life so completely. So it had to be physical, and it had to be big! The biggest empty bit of space I could find + Strava + a GPS tracker + my husband + cake. Thank You NHS, from the bottom of my heart.Read More
So, it's been a busy day, by morning I was hanging out on the radio, by afternoon I was vay busy going viral darling. Haha...it's been a wonderful day for spreading the message of the importance of organ donation, and has felt very special thanking my donor so publicly.Read More
Before Christmas I was lucky enough to be asked to speak at Organs for Organs, a Carol Concert with a difference. A collaboration between NHS Organ Donation and Mother London creative agency, hosted to raise awareness for organ donation.Read More
I'll keep saying it because it's true: being able to promote the importance of organ donation is a huge privilege! Being able to do it on the BBC is, well, it's a get-the-red-lippy-on sort of occasion!Read More