Cork Mini Marathon

Hi There to all of my followers.

Sorry not to have posted anything new in the last while but we had a tough week here, my mother-in-lay passed away. My daughter, Elaine, and I are going to wheel the Cork Mini Marathon next Sunday afternoon with any money we raise going to MS Ireland. Any financial contribution will gratefully accepted and acknowledged. Please use the link Good luck wishes and shouts of encouragement will also be appreciated. As it is technically a ladies race I have entered as Esmeralda and I will post pictures later. Thanks in advance to everyone

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