Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Stepping up a gear.....

Now that most of the arrangements are made for the Fashion Show, it's time to take a good look at my physical fitness because November is almost here and I think it is time to well and truly tackle my cycling and that means doing a few more hills than I have of late.

So today back to that Rynd road, the hill approaching Elcho Castle is pretty tough for me, so no more ambling along the river taking in the views every day, that hill is to be tackled every day I can manage to cycle now until it feels easier!

Today the weather was good late morning and I'm glad I went out then as now this afternoon it is pretty windy and overcast, not good conditions for tackling hills in.

Again I had my camera handy and took some seasonal photos of the harvesting and the largest horsechestnut tree I have seen for some time.

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Finalising The Fashion Show

I have been busy finalising all the details for the Thursday October 1st Fashion Show.

Most tickets are now sold and should go a long way towards helping me reach my target of £2,500 fund commitment to EMMS.

Many thanks have to be given to all the people who are giving up their time to help me with this event, especially......

Tracey Miller - Phase Eight Manager
Dorothy Garvie
Loretta's Collections
Jacqui Browning - Hairstylist
Linda Sinclair - Beauty Practitioner
Lorna Davies - Florist
Carol Feeney - Partylite Candles
Tayside Christian Fellowship Members
Michael White - Willows Brasserie Manager

.....and not forgetting all my friends who have given up their time to gather their friends to come along on the night, without their support, I could never have managed to bring everything together successfully, so you all get a huge thank you too.

The evening begins at 7.00pm with

A Complimentary Refreshment

2 Course Dinner & Coffee

Fashion Show Presentations

Additional Fun Attractions

The Nazareth Hospital Stand with pictures and information and opportunities to donate towards helping this charity run hospital that plays such an important part towards meeting the region's health care needs. there is plenty going on to ensure a wonderful evening and I look forward to welcoming everyone on the 1st.