Re: Anthony died on 30th July in a London Hospice
Hello to all my friends,
I am looking forward to the day when we can all meet somewhere - it would be wonderful. Darla, I am so glad that you and your friend have each other for company and freindship - I don't know what I would do without my friends here. Tomorrow I am going on a bus to the Philadelphia flower show, with two of my friends that I met through the bereavement group. I still attend those meetings - tonight , as a matter of fact - 1st Monday of the monthy.
It is a "Wisconsin" winter here in upstate New York, also - we got out worst storm of the winter last week - 18 inches of new fallen snow - I hope it was the last bad snowfall of the season - we always get one in the middle of March, however, and that is the last hurrah!
I agree with Janet about the parallel universe - time does pass oddly now, I think. For the most part, though, it is picking up speed - they say it does, as we grown older!
I am interested in hearing about SUe's holdiay - hope she has a great time!
Pauline - I hope the time in Italy was good for you, and that you returned to work rested. I know it is difficult for you to go there without Anthony, but it sounds like such a lovely pace that I hope it brings you peace to be there.
Love - Joyce