One In A Million

It’s proven almost impossible in the past two weeks to be able to form some sort of coherence to my thoughts and feelings about the passing of my friend, Lisa. If you’re reading this, you’ll probably know all about her anyway; there is no need for me to introduce her and the inspirational force of nature she was.

Her funeral service yesterday was a thing of rare beauty; smiles and tears combined remembering a genuinely remarkable life.

I had hoped I would have been able to produce an eloquent and fitting tribute to her here. I have failed.

I’d be too frightened of her looking down on me and tutting at poor syntax and grammar.

Miss you, mate.

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