The Funeral

Monday 27th November § Leave a comment

As funerals go it was warm and cheerful, colourful. Not exageratedly tearful and a good amount of chaotic. It felt right. As we were doing the hugging outside, we got told off for being too noisy. We had that laughing/crying thing going on.

You could see what a wonderful person she was from the crowd that came to the funeral; the nicest people you could wish to know. For me, and I think for everybody, it was really nice to hear stories about how they’d been affected by Granny’s presence in their life. It all helps build up a picture of how amazing she really was.

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