Thank you so much

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Thank you so much

Post by Harvey's Mum » 27 Mar 2014, 09:43

Thank you to all of you who helped Matilda in her quest to donate her hair to a child with cancer. She has exceeded her £500 target (she's actually got over £600 now) and so I'm off to book the hairdresser today :shock: :( :D

The Labradoodles donated a grand total of £80 of the money so far. I can honestly say that Labradoodle owners have hearts as soft as their dogs.

I won't post again as I don't want to annoy anyone but just had to come on and say thank you. I will post a photo of her after the chop though! I'm more nervous than she is!

Thanks so much again!

Linda and Matilda (and Harvey of course - who could do with a haircut of his own!!!)

http://www.justgiving.com/matilda-guest

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Post by linny » 27 Mar 2014, 10:21

:D :D :D :D Wow! :D :D :D
I think everyone here would like to pass on congratulations and thanks to Matilda.
We always hear the bad things about young people so it's refreshing to read about the good. :D
Well done Matilda and thank you from us all :D :D

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Post by Bid » 27 Mar 2014, 11:46

Well done Matilda! As Linny says - not all the young are bad - Matilda proves it! :D
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Post by Liz!! » 28 Mar 2014, 12:58

Well done, Matilda, looking forward to seeing the photo of the beautiful new you!
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