I am so sorry to hear of the death of your Aunt Clare. For years, Clare was like a sister to me. We were so close. I was always there to catch her when she fell. We spent more time together in those years (late teens/early 20s) than we did with anyone else (even boyfriends/girlfriends)! But I moved away, as did she. A text sent but no reply. I remember staring at the phone time and time again, with her name on it. Desperately wanting to call but never managing to. Why? I didn't want to annoy her. Only now can I see how crazy that idea was. There's no way she would have been annoyed. And with her being seriously ill, what's a single text? Did she even have her phone at that time? But it somehow wasn't that important. You see, I was just certain that I would see her again. There seemed to be no way that wouldn't happen. How could we not?
I'm truly sorry what has happened to you. If I can be of any help to you or Scarlet, let me know. Maybe one of you would eventually like to know more about those years? Whether that's in one week or 10 years, it's fine. As I told her many many times, she was a wonderful beautiful person (it might seem strange telling your platonic friend that, but I did - over and over again). I guess we can respect her strength. Her decision. The terrible despair is at an end and peace awaits.
I see she wrote to your father "remembering you will be easy, i do it every day". That's a beautiful thing to say. So, Clare, remembering you will be easy, I do it every day.
Take care. Let me know if I can help.
Hi, I just googled my name (same as yours!) and this came up. Im sorry to hear about your Dad, But as our surname isnt common at all I was wondering if we might be related?
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hi did u know hollie just finding out what her date of birth is if you do know her can you tell me or find out for me please