Friday, 25 November 2011

Natalie Barclays Tandem Skydive

Back in July you might remember -I wrote a post about one very brave young lady -Natalie Barclay [ pictured above on the left -with her mum and nan ] who had just completed a 12,000 foot tandem sky dive jump at The Headcorn Paracute Club in Kent. Natalie raised a staggering £620 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association and says she loved every moment of it -saying I can`t wait to do it all again !!
So , if anyone out there is thinking about doing some fundraising of their own and fancy giving skydiving a go -take a look at Natalie`s video below which I have just discovered on facebook.
Natalie smiled and waved all the way down [ I`d have just screamed and sobbed -I`m such a coward ] It certainly looked like she took it all in her stride and enjoyed every moment- thats for sure !! [ she was also strapped to a rather handsome instructor- hmm bet that helped too eh Nat ? ] It did look a fabulous experience though Natalie-one you will never forget ! Well done x
Hmm ? Do they do those jumpsuits in pink ?


10 comments:

Sharon said...

I USED to want to do this, now there is NO way! Brave immortal girl!

Tom Stephenson said...

Fantastic.

Terry said...

Arg! It won't load. But this time I know - check back later and double click.

Chris said...

Just awesome. Well done to Natalie. I'd have gone to the toilet somewhere between 3000 and 2000 feet!

Theanne and Baron said...

That was awesome! Well done Natalie raising lots of money for an excellent cause and doing a tandem skydive!

Jill said...

Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting on my blog. I'm happy to be your newest folllower.

I wish your brother well. I hope a cure is found.

Terry said...

Awesome! About the time that plane left the ground, I'd be changing my mind! (told you I'd be back!)

Callie said...

She is an inspiring young lady! Very brave as are you and your family.

Jim said...

I wish I had the 'you know whats' to do this! I know it would cure a lot of neurosis! lol
She is one brave gal!
Thanks Janet for stopping by today. And yes, I am sure you and family can use this approach to your advantage.
Jim

Denise said...

What lovely smiles and yes what a very brave, brave young lady. I would have followed you down screaming Janet :)