My dearest friends and clients. I love the flowers, the chocolates, the cards and the gifts you bring me to say thank you. From my heart to yours, it’s very much appreciated. Every present, gift, card and thought, humbles me with gratitude
However, id like to put your generosity to better use. With your help
You see, your flowers die after a week or two. Your chocolate puts pounds on my hips and your cakes are so delicious I’m getting fatter
With respect - This is not the best use of your hard-earned money
- you spend that hard-earned money differently?
- your tip
- your spare £1
- your beautiful flowers of £3 £5 £10 or more
- your 99p card
could support and subsidise a person who can’t afford counselling, a course, a treatment or therapy to -
~ learn meditation and de stress
~ to have a coffee & natter session and offload
~ to have counselling
~ to change their life around
~ to have a massage and alleviate the pain from arthritis, lymphodema or MS and be able to move a little easier?
Think about it, what if….. your donation went towards a session, for someone to talk to me, who left a little lighter and reassured, instead of taking their life
Your gesture could subsidise that help. Would you think that’s a better use of your hard-earned money?
Yes, I love flowers and appreciate your gesture, generosity and thoughtfulness
but what if you can help another instead?
I personally would prefer this to flowers, gifts or anything. It would mean a lot to me
You see, id rather forgo your beautiful gifts and help someone in need
And it really doesn't matter if it’s 50p a £1 or more. What matters is, That it all adds up
I’m also selling a number of household goods, books and other items, on FaceBook Marketplace to raise further funds and help more people
Why? Because I don’t really need "stuff," i'm happy to live a little lighter.
I'd rather make a difference
And this is the reason for this page
Thank you very much for reading
With kind regards, Rusty from Eternal Aquarius
Woodville, Swadlincote, Derbyshire
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