Linda was part of a Dialogue on Breast Cancer Awareness with UAP Old Mutual.
Dr. Precious Mlingo, talked about the importance of early detection and as an expert on Wellness (Nutrition, Exercise for Wellness and Stress Management) she advised on the benefits of staying healthy.
The theme was ‘Early Detection. My responsibility’
Spice & Sizzle
‘A night for the ladies’ hosted by Gala Image Consulting, Linda was honoured to perform her song Take me Home and share about her passion project, making breast prostheses for women in Uganda.
Launch of single – Take Me home
excerpt from the lumpsaway blog – dated May 2018
That is is the title of my very first recorded song. (Yay Linda!)I’ve always loved music. I sing in the car, in the shower, in the kitchen,….if I’m not singing I have music playing.Recording a song is something I always wanted to do. It’s one of those things that I told myself that I’d do one day. But I never acted on it.Getting diagnosed with cancer reminded me that I will never have enough time to do the things I tell myself I will do ‘one day’. It’s now or never. And so one day, just after I’d started chemo, I started writing words I was feeling. I then called to make an appointment with a producer, Kaz Kasozi, one night while I was in bed, eager to get my foot in while I still had the nerve. And so the minute I felt well enough, I went to his ‘Little Room Studio’. I was by myself, still unsure of what I was doing, apprehensive of the fact that someone who’d worked with professionals would not want to work with me. But he was so easy to work with it made the process worth it.And finally, 4 sessions, 5 months later I had a song!