Thursday 9 March 2023

Wednesday 8th

 Thank you for those kind comments. Sadly, my friend’s hubby never made it and died shortly after being admitted to hospital. 

I can’t even think how hard it must have been to go home and walk into the house where he’d been, hours earlier. A half drunk cup of tea on the side, clothes in the washer etc. and what has made this even more horrible and traumatic, the catastrophic brain event happened whilst the family were celebrating their son’s birthday. 

The rest of us in school are in collective shock I think. Disbelief. Unable to do anything to ‘fix’this as is often our job at work. 

So the world keeps turning. I find comfort in these words by Donna Ashworth

But then I found this and sums her hubby up perfectly. 

He did walk a blazing pathway. 



  1. So sorry to be reading this Rach , how sad , your poor friend and her son ,, such tragic news xx

  2. Oh my lovely friend, what a tremendously difficult time that family are now living.
    I am sending you peace and love. Please take time to grieve for your friend's hubby, and look after yourself. Xx

  3. I'm so sorry to read about the tragic circumstances of your friend's husband's death. So very sad.

  4. That is just so sad, be good to yourself whist looking after others.

  5. Sincere condolences to your friend. May he Rest in Peace.

  6. I am so very saddened to read this. Just awful.
    Beautiful words - I hope they are a comfort - just a little bit. My love to all. xx

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  8. I am so sorry to read this, Rachel. Xx


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