The Bank Holiday weekend is over, and offices are back to normal.
Our neighbour is holding up, but you can see her pain etched through her entire body.
Phone calls today. I was there when the Coroner rang to confirm Sunday’s events and the attention she and her husband received. No cause for concern so things can begin to move forward.
As expected, the line to the Bereavement Office was busy, but she got through and the help and advice was available.
She has family visiting now, so we are taking a backward step, but have said that we are here to take her anywhere she needs to go.
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This is the time when everything passes in a blur. The hard time comes after, especially once the family leaves. She is fortunate to have such kind neighbours as you and your hubby.
We were all introduced today. I don’t know how long they will be staying but we’re available.
You have a somber task ahead of you.
We’ll do what we can.
Yes you will. Bless your heart