Sara Parandian

Small town guy and small town gal

We grew up in the same circles, hanging with the same friends in Dollar. We went to the same schools and Keith’s dad was my football coach. It still took us until I was 20 and Keith 23 before there was any romance. I am pretty sure he chased me however sometimes we just need to agree to disagree!

We share a love for music and make each other laugh all day! We moved in together after 1 year then 2 weeks later we found out we were going to be parents.  At 21 and 24 we were nervous however sure we could accomplish anything with each other by our sides. A few months later our son arrived.  The whirlwind of being parents took over our lives and we enjoyed every minute we spent with our little boy. Three years later, whilst in my final year of uni, we found out baby Mitchell no. 2 was due. 

Whilst on a family holiday up north, we took our son to find the lighthouses in the dark along the beach. Keith got down on one knee and asked me to be his wifey. Of course I said yes however quickly asked him to get up as I could see someone coming. We giggled and he put a ring on it! A few months later our daughter came along who became the boss from day one.  Our family was complete and we planned on having our wedding soon after however our priorities lay with buying a house and having fun with our kids.

After a 5 year engagement, we would love to finally be the Mitchells!

How will the money raised help Strathcarron Hospice?

Every year, Strathcarron provides care and support to over 1,400 people with a life-limiting illness or condition, at a time when both they and their family need it most. The Hospice philosophy is about living until you die and Strathcarron ensure people have every opportunity to achieve their goals right up until the last moment.

As an independent hospice all care is provided free of charge and services include a 24-bed inpatient unit, Day Care, [email protected], Community Nurse Specialists and Lymphoedema clinic. Strathcarron need to raise over £12,900 every day to keep these services running. 

Sara Parandian