Happy New Year Folks

A  big thank you to everyone that sent messages, posted comments, attended the funeral of my Father and contributed to the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital collection which on the day raised £300.

To say I was in a great deal of pain and distress at the funeral is an understatement. The aftermath has been one of reflection and regret. I remember all the good times with great affection and regret the missed opportunities to do more together. I so wish we had more time together.

Time moves on and despite having a somber Christmas (my first ever without my Dad on Christmas day) and New Year’s Eve, I am gradually coming to terms with the need to get on with my life and try to improve my relationships with my children, by which I mean spend more quality time together and not take for granted that they will have me tomorrow.

Life is a funny old thing, it is something that we should all cherish and not take for granted.

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One Response to “Happy New Year Folks”

  1. arsenalism Says:

    nail on head brother x

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