Wednesday, 30 September 2020


Since the last post I attended a funeral, oldest and youngest not being present in person. So there was no child noises followed by a parent hurriedly trying to hush them which I missed. At mine I'm tempted to instruct them give all children a very noisy object and tell them to go absolutely wild. Funerals are one of those rare occasions where you get to see your extended family in all its weird glory and this was not an exception, some with their dubious interpretation of social distance and those who you only recognise when they speak. 


  1. Sorry to hear about your loss.

    "...tell them to go absolutely wild..."

    Why not make it a celebration of all that you did?

  2. I'm sorry that you have lost a loved one. It's not exectly the best of years this. But I'm glad you can see the zany side to things. Sue x


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