lisa
...feeling proud lisa @misslisalou

Coping

So im thinking of selling my wedding dress and all unused wedding stuff and donating the money to a p charity..no clue which one..also want to organise something to raise money for it and make people more aware.

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 john,Flakes to beam up
john,Flakes to beam up @chewbacca

Sounds good LIsa,better off just giving it to us flakers and go out on the smash, that does sound a worthy cause :)i used to give money for it years ago to the psoriasis foundation, think i was wasting my money and matey who runs the whole show is probably lapping it up on the beach sipping on pina coladas, big house and a very nice sports car,you have the right intentions Lisa, and that is so sweet,I dont trust charities as someone is always on the make, they spend thousands advertising the poor people in Africa to get money from us, put up a sad video and some are pulled in, why dont they use the money they spend on advertising and just give these people the money?, buy them food and water,I think its great you think this way as i used to aswell years ago,just dont want your money going to crooks, its my opinion Lisa thanks :)


Sarah
Sarah @sarahuk

Ah Lisa that is very selfless. A perfect opportunity to do a "trash the dress" party and invite everyone to give a donation as "entry" to the party? That would be so fun! You could do the thing where you get people to chuck paint at it or go paintballing in it, or wade into a lake in it or something dramatic and brilliant! Awesome...


 john,Flakes to beam up
john,Flakes to beam up @chewbacca

I hope thats not referring to me sarah haha?i am far from selfless :) i done many charity works in my time but i dont give money anymore,my time was worth more money than few quid in helping them,wasnt an easy job , i prefer animals to people to be honest and i have given my time to cancer research years ago and the PDSA in my spare time now and again between my full time job which was a lot of hours and i still did help for them,i actually loved doing it,sorting through the crap that people dropped off like their dirty washing which actually costs to dump it for the rag man who used to come in and take it away,some people think charity shops want anything and put anything out, wrong,,these people are just looking for a place to dump their rubbish which costs money, bad people :)


Sarah
Sarah @sarahuk

I was just talking about Lisa's post really John, I think it is selfless that Lisa's post talks about taking something traumatic that has happened to her and turning it around to a positive for others. I don't know a thing about what charities do behind the scenes!


 john,Flakes to beam up
john,Flakes to beam up @chewbacca

Ah its okay Sarah, i see, yes i think Lisa is very sweet and selfless too,thanks Sarah :)


lisa
lisa @misslisalou

Well ive put drwss n wedding stuff on groups on fb but no interest lol


 john,Flakes to beam up
john,Flakes to beam up @chewbacca

You could try gumtree Lisa ?, its free, i have sold many of items on there :)



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lisa
lisa @misslisalou
Harworth, Doncaster, UK

hi all you beautiful people! I am a very proud mum to two beautiful girls (age 20 and 11) hoping to start my own business further down the line, i believe the simple life is the best life to live,one day!! lol..still struggling to accept p



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