Sweet defies ache to placed on Isle of Wight Christmas present
Regardless of being in crippling ache, a Shanklin ‘supermum’ brings a smile to individuals of the city at Christmas.
Sweet Nash suffers from the persistent ache situation fibromyalgia however it would not cease her lighting up her home in Garfield Street and handing out sweets and presents to kids from the realm each Christmas and new 12 months.
Her son, Kye, contacted the Isle of Wight County Press to inform us about his courageous mum.
He mentioned she clothes up as Christmas characters comparable to Mrs Claus, an elf, a Hoo and even The Grinch.
Kye mentioned: “She by no means asks for donations however palms outs treats for the kids. She all the time says Christmas is placing a smile on a toddler’s face.
“My mum suffers in fixed ache and a few days make her mattress certain.
“Although she is in a lot ache she is going to sit exterior within the chilly ready to greet and hand out the treats for the kids.
“There have been instances that my dad has needed to carry her in as a result of her legs stopped working due to the agonising ache.
“You’ll by no means know although as she is going to smile although it and put others first.
“I simply wish to let individuals see her hand-made exhausting work and recognize her like we do. She deserves it.”