Today we went to register the death of my beloved wife. How things have changed. As well as issuing permission for the funeral directors to go ahead they also deal with cancelling passports driving licences, blue badges ( parking for disabled drivers) and with notifying local councils and benefit agencies of the death so monies can be stopped. It seems they’re a One-Stop-Shop nowadays. It seemed to take an interminable length of time and I was truly glad to get out of there.
The funeral can go ahead. It will be at 11.45 on Friday April 12th at Mochdre Crematorium. Some people will want to bring flowers and I have no objection to that if i’s their way of showing love and respect. Others may prefer to donate and we’re happy with that too.
What we suggest are donations either to Cancer Research or to the Hospice Ju was looked after so well in.
http://www.stkentigernhospice.org.uk/fundraising St. Kentigern’s Hospice.
http://www.pcrf.org.uk/ Pancreatic cancer research fund.
If anyone feels able or willing to donate then please do and you have my thanks.
Something else that happened this week has been a piece published about Julia’s courage. Here is he link. It would be nice if you felt able to comment as her friends even if you didn’t know her well.
Thank you to all my friends who’ve offered great support. I will let everyone know how the funeral goes.
Regards and Hugs