|Our 15 seconds of fame|
For the record, it should have been the formidable Emma O'Donovan who went along to talk about her fabulous idea and her lightbulb moment, but she is way too gracious. I am however pleased that she shares her story so eloquently. Please read it, it's beautifully written.
To end the week on a high, The Guardian promoted our charity auction on their site and merrily we watched the bids roll in. To the point where a bidding war ensued on a watch by the lovely Chris Mould, and currently stands at a staggering £147.70
With just under 24 hours to go, Emma and I ramped up our Twitter campaign. She managed to pull some amazing 'extras' such as Alex T Smith's signed book and Sharon King-Chai's presentation book and my celeb stalking resulted in retweets from Gail Porter and Laura Dockrill.
This has been such a fabulously creative and particularly poignant project to work on and I can't tear myself away from the eBay pages.
You still have time to bid, so please go and take a look at the 88 individual pieces of artwork and place a bid, for Breast Cancer Care.