Category Archives: grief

Decluttering, chargers and memories

I’m trying to sell my house. It’s a lovely house. It needs some work to be fair but it’s priced (I think and hope) to reflect that. It’s been my family home for almost 22 years and I love it. … Continue reading

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Truly, Madly, Deeply

About 6 weeks  ago I watched Truly, Madly, Deeply – it’s one of my favourite films. It’s a film that hasn’t been on TV for a long time so I bought the DVD (it was bloody expensive, but I thought … Continue reading

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Thanks mate – it’s been average

It’s a year today since Bob died but instead of the grief shit stuff I shared in my previous post I thought I’d share something about him, the man he was. I started writing and then thought I’ve done this … Continue reading

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Grief shit, the stuck zipper & the 1st year anniversary

The 1st anniversary of Bob’s death is approaching, a week away actually. This time a year ago he had less than one week to live (sobs uncontrollably, not for the first time this week/month/year) I’m hoping that the build up … Continue reading

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