The past few days I've been breaking down in tears. Last night, I was setting the dining table for the step kids coming today, and I was talking about mum. I suddenly started crying. I was putting out her good china, thinking about all the christmas dinners we used to have with my Aunt,Uncle and cousins. They are all gone but one cousin, who decided to spend Christmas in London. He's going to see about taking his parents and sister's ashes there to be buried. He lost everyone in 3 years. I'm holding back tears as I write this. I hope everyone has a wonderful christmas. Take care, and if you feel the tears coming, let them. It helps.
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