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A trip with bigger feet

Normally I write about trips with the small people, but this was an overnight trip with my Dad. Grandma died at the start of this year and we dealt with the whole funeral in a lockdown that too many people have faced. Her ashes we agreed to scatter when there were fewer restrictions in place,… Continue reading A trip with bigger feet

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Saying farewell in lockdown

There's a numb exhaustion that descends after a funeral. It's a turning point where the focus shifts from saying goodbye to continuing living, and I think that switch needs physical presence really. Over the last 22 months we've had four funerals. Each has been really different, but each time the small people have been amazing.… Continue reading Saying farewell in lockdown