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Tag Archives: Mum and Dad
The Garden of Forever Is in full bloom today: Two souls join hands And dance beneath the sun’s rays. Their music is birdsong, The fragrance of roses close, Gliding on lightest feet Two people I loved the most. An audience … Continue reading
May is a busy month for us, or rather me as there is quite a lot going on. Other Brother’s wedding anniversary is on the 8th, ours is the 10th, my birthday the 12th, and Mum’s on the 22nd. Today … Continue reading
This time last year I posted a poem for my Mum and Dad as it was their wedding anniversary and there is an entry in The Book of Remembrance for them as they were united when my Mum died in … Continue reading
Twenty three years ago today my Dad passed away. Yesterday was Mother’s Day in the US, NZ and a host of other countries, though here in the UK we celebrated on March 31st. I don’t know why the dates vary. … Continue reading
It’s been a year since my Mum passed away. It seems longer sometimes and other times only recently, I guess dementia does that, and the distance to travel too. Mum died on Winnie the Pooh Day. I found that out … Continue reading
For some reason as I was having my shower this morning, I found myself thinking about other Sundays from eons ago. You know, the ones where you have a lie in, get up at some ridiculous hour, have a long … Continue reading
Miles away, a book lies open For many to read and remember, Loved ones, partners, parents, children, Hearts full of memories tender. This year, year one, of you reunited After twenty two years apart, Together forever, in a distant place … Continue reading
Way back in 1996, Hubby was at a loss as to what to do for my 40th birthday. He managed to book me a helicopter ride, but couldn’t arrange it for my birthday weekend, so it had to be the … Continue reading
My sister has sent me a text to say she is scattering Mum’s ashes tomorrow. There is no way we can attend, but at least we can light a candle for her at the due time. The entry in the … Continue reading