I was excited to see that I was in the Sussex Express this weekend (also find it quite funny!) as well as on their website. The feature was about me winning the National Doodle day competition a few months ago. There is also a section about me here on the epilepsy website.
I am really appreciative about them doing the little feature on me and have at least made my mother very proud which is always nice!
I was really pleased to hear that I won the National Doodle Day competition! I also win a laptop which is an added bonus! I have mentioned The National Doodle day competition in previous posts as it was about raising funds to help people whose lives are affected by epilepsy and neurofibromatosis. It was for a good cause and sounded really fun so I was really pleased to take part by drawing a doodle on an A5 piece of paper and donating £1. I am obviously now thrilled to see people chose my doodle as the winner!
My doodle should be on their website soon and I also might be doing a press release about it so i’ll keep you posted!
It is National Doodle day on February 27th! The aim of it is to raise money for people whose lives are affected by epilepsy and neurofibromatosis. I submitted a doodle for it as it sounded fun and was for a good cause. Various celebrities take part each year and their doodles will be put up for auction on the 27th of Feb. To be honest I didn’t like many of the celebrities doodles but my favorites were the ones by Ricky Gervais, Gillian Anderson, Deborah Meaden and John McCririck.
You can find out more info by visiting their website.
I recently found out that February 27th is National Doodle day! The aim of it is to raise money for people whose lives are affected by epilepsy and neurofibromatosis. To get involved all you have to do is doodle on a piece of A5 paper and then send it off along with a £1 donation. You can read more about it by visiting their website.