Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Losing my Virginity

I have a very hard time saying no. Whether it's working or volunteering, I almost always say yes unless I have been able to plan ahead and practice my "no" speech or if I really have a time/date conflict.
So it comes as a bit of a surprise that I haven't been suckered found my way into any number of walk/run charity fundraising events ... until now.
Joan Kass invited me to be a part of the Downtown Knit Collective team for the Canadian Cancer Society's Relay for Life. Of course I said yes, then asked for details. I am excited to on a team for my charity deflowering. I know that they will be gentle and not have especially high expectations for my first time. I'm nervous and want to be everything that they've been hoping for.
If you are so inclined, I would be grateful for any monies that you would like to pledge to me in support of the CCS. I want my first time to be a positive experience so that I'm eager for the next time. Would that make me some kind of charity 'ho? If it does, is that bad? Click here, and follow the menus. My name is spelled Wannietta Prescod (I mostly don't care how people spell it as long as there are enough 0's on the cheque, but in this case it matters). Thanks in advance!!


  1. Wannietta I am sure I won't be your 'first,' although I promise to make you laugh if I am!!!! I pledged you 1/3 of your goal (don't tell Joan....sssssshhhhhh); good luck woman!

  2. Cynthia - you rock!!! Thank you so much (and Joan will be happy because we're a team on this one!)