I mourn the passing of an icon in my life today.
Energy and efficiency and focus were his middle names. Fast, impatient and so competent.
I bet he chastened his surgeon about the workings of his pacemaker and circulatory system that failed him!
And generous with his skills and abilities, especially with his bumbling brothers in law.
What a fisherman! And a sailor who instilled a love of the sea and sailing.
That’s 3 brothers in law I have lost in recent years. Good men, generous and competent engineers, all of them. Heaven will be much improved!
We mourn the circle of life as we enter winter.
But a new Spring will come – different, somehow smaller, but renewed and growing new shoots and flowers.
“The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.” – Rabindranath Tagore
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Thanks so much for those deep thoughts, Mal.
Losing special people is so hard.
One sometimes forgets that losing a loved one is a two way thing. They are special because those left behind recognised their gifts and encouraged them on the way. This is from a loving sister left behind