Wednesday I had the pleasure of spending some absolutely amazing hours with a few of the 101-gang (Greig Trout, Natasha and Neil). As always it was wonderful to be with these guys because “we know” or rather we understand each other and we have fun. I haven’t laughed so much for a long time. Thank you for being so cheeky and messing with me 😀
I love being with you guys because we can laugh, care, talk silly, talk deep, lift each other and are just totally crazy 😀 I’m so gonna miss you guys down under so you better come and hunt me down no matter where I end up 😉 Please disturb me a lot 😉
And Natasha I would like to return some Zimbabwe hospitality 😉
In the last year 3 men have turned my life upside down in the good way both physically and mentally. One is my surftrainer Dean Gladstone, the other is my PT Niklas Wintherbo and the third is Greig Trout from 101 things to do when you survive.
It’s Greig Trout I want to tell you about here. He has an amazing story to tell about turning life around and you can read it on his web-page. I had the honour of meeting Greig in person on a hot summerday in July 2015 and had 4 absolutely amazing hours filled with fun, laughter, care and mutual understanding. Then again in September where I attended Greigs hot choccie event on Richmond Hill where I also met the 101-gang. It was a day filled with hugs, love, understanding and bonding. Even though I haven’t had cancer the dyspraxia etc. has given me my challenges and Greig and the amazing 101 gang have accepted me with open arms and lots of love.
Greig is the reason why I’ve stopped using the word Bucket list. The word has a focus on using the limited time before dying. Greig has chosen to focus on the things to do after he faught the cancer. This inspired me so much since I prefer to focus positively on the time I’ve in front of me. Therefore I’ve no Bucket list any more but a 101 things to do when you survive-list. I might have a couple of more things on my list than the 101 things 😀