Give a Queen a Crown Campaign
I am the creator of the Give a Queen a Crown campaign. I am a young lady from Botswana who is a model, a social media manager and a digital marketer. I would just like to provide some background information on my Give a Queen a Crown campaign and what inspired it.
I had a strange experience during a minor surgery in 2015, where I dreamed that my paternal grandparents (who have passed on) were at my bedside while I was under. I woke with a swollen mouth and tongue, unable to breathe or communicate my problem to the nurses around me. One nurse eventually caught on and stuck a tube down my throat to clear it.
When I came out of surgery (completely high), I told my father, David Inger, and his younger sister, Jennifer Inger, who I call AJ (Aunty Jen) about my strange and comforting dream and AJ said my grandparents must have been watching over me and protecting me. I thought so too.
Ever since that day, I have been unable to stop thinking about my grandparents, especially my grandmother.
I decided this year to make a video in honour of my grandmother as a birthday present to my dad and AJ. I was honestly nervous about cutting my hair. Some people even told me I would look ugly and it would be the end of my modeling, that only made me want to do iteven more! I was already emotionally invested.
I had no idea October was Pinktober, I had no idea about Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Everything just fell so perfectly into place when I started making the video and I could feel that it would turn out to be more than just a video enjoyed among family.
I didn’t know that much about cancer before I started but now, this cause has taken my heart by storm and I am excited to work on more cancer related projects and campaigns.
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