This is a difficult but inspiring story and i am looking for your help.
Chris Bradley is a normal 29-year-old young dad and family man. Life was great until 09-10-2009 when his world was turned upside down.
Chris was diagnosed with Brain Cancer on that day and he has been bravely battling it since.How do i know Chris well that’s actually a funny story. Chris works for o2 and back when the iPhone 3G was being launched i plagued the Guy to make sure he would keep one safe for me when they launched .. even though i was the 1st in the Q @ 5am i didn’t want to take any risks 🙂 so poor old Chris was getting texts and drop in’s from me every few days to make sure he didn’t forget me and true to his word he didn’t. And i guess from there we have got to know each other through twitter & facebook. I know im not the only one Chris has helped down through the years with phone problems and Tech questions and i don’t think his colleagues will be upset when i say he is by far the most knowledgable Guy in 02 i have ever come across.
Chris took everyone by surprise after he was diagnosed by bravely deciding that he was going to share his daily struggles with the world via a his BLOG . It is a place for Chris to educate people about his disease to share his fears and hopes and lastly a place he can tell the people the most important in his life how much he loves them and how brilliant they are to him on the good days and the bad days.
Chris received bad news a few days ago and i heard via his again very public battle with this disease through Twitter … i know like a lot of Chris family,friends,followers that ever since then we have been sending Chris all the positive energy and well wishes we can and in true Chris style he has continued to battle the Doctors,system etc to give himself every fighting chance he can PROOF look at this for fighting talk … the Guy is inspiring
So why do i need your help……….. Well myself and a few of Chris followers/friends have decided to try to raise the profile of Chris battle and try to get as many people as possible to send Chris positive thoughts either through his Twitter account,Facebook,our Chris Blog.We have also set up a PayPal account for any donations people would like to make which in turn will be handed over to Chris and his family to help with the cost of his care.