ovarian cancer

Radio Show – The Sound

Following my first Random Act of Kindness I was very kindly invited to join the host of The Sound radio show to talk about life, kindness and cancer…and also to pick outsome of my favourite songs which, let’s be honest, I found the most exciting part!

The show went on air on Saturday but, thanks to chemo after affects, I slept though it! So here it is in two parts for you to (hopefully) enjoy, or at the very least learn a bit more about me 💕💖☺️



Also, here is my chosen playlist….I’m going to be honest, if you don’t like 80s music then it isn’t going to be for you!

  1. Riptide Movement – It All Works Out
  2. Genesis – Invisible Touch
  3. Michael Jackson – Man in the Mirror
  4. Bon Jovi – Living on a Prayer
  5. Bryan Adams/Sting/Rod Stewart – All for Love
  6. John Farnham – You’re the Voice
  7. Amy MacDonald – Road to Home
  8. Tracey Chapman – Fast Car
  9. Counting Crows – Colorblind
  10. Bette Midler – Wind Beneath My Wings
  11. Killin Thyme – Scotland the Brave
  12. Bruce Springsteen – Dancing in the Dark

Love and light, Fi xxx


RAK Number One – what happened next

It’s been less than a week since my first Random Act of Kindness and it’s amazing how much has happened off the back of one little envelope.

To start with, one of the ladies managed to find me on Facebook and sent me a friend request. She had posted about receiving the envelope publically on her profile and so I knew who this ‘random request’ was from straight away! I was excited – how lovely that she had connected!

We exchanged some messages and I thought that was it – I’d made a new Facebook friend and she was happy. Success! However very quickly I realised it was much more than that…

By the following morning her original post had been shared over 500 times. It appears people love a happy story! 💕🦄  My blog was getting a lot of views – in fact over 16000 people have now visited the site – and I was being flooded by Twitter and Facebook messages from people telling me how touched they were by my act and my story. It was so much fun reading all of the messages – the kind of stuff that gives you a lovely warm fuzzy feeling.

During this all I connected with the other recipient and the three of us started talking. The ladies decided they wanted to raise money for Macmillan after seeing how much the chairs means to me. I assured them that they didn’t have to but they insisted. To my great surprise they then decided to do a bungee jump! Crazy and amazing in equal measures I know! They are doing this in just a few weeks to raise money for Macmillan Nurses. If you are able, please show them your support.

Now you would think that was more than enough, right? Well not for these ladies! They then went on to make three Random Act of Kindness envelopes of their own to pass on. This was far exceeding my greatest expectations! I’d just wanted to make them smile.

They have already delivered one of their envelopes and their chosen recipient decided to pay it forward too and donated the gift to Mary’s Meals, a local charity. Amazing!

Now, as if this wasn’t all  wonderful enough, it doesn’t stop there.

The three of us were then interviewed by a journalist for an online article and a full page article in a local newspaper about the act of kindness and my blog.

And it doesn’t stop there either! I’ve also been invited to talk on two radio stations AND to be featured in a national magazine. Wow! All this from giving two ladies a £20 random act of kindness.

Finally, a man I’ve never met who runs a local charity called United for All has donated hospitality for 8 at a Dundee United game as an auction prize for the charity ball my sister is organising. His reason? He was so touched by the random act of kindness he wanted to pay it forward too! So so wonderful!

Aren’t the ripples beautiful! I do love the butterfly effect.

I’m so excited that I get to keep giving out envelopes…I’ve got 22 left! Although there is, of course, no pressure on future recipients to do as these ladies have done – I’m just happy if I make someone smile and they maybe share my blog to help raise more awareness.

Love and light, Fi xxx