For national Hole in my Bucket Day, we look at bucket lists, why there’s a gaping hole in mine and what places and experiences are currently on my bucket list, at least for the short term.
We’re living in strange times. COVID-19 is unlike anything most of us have ever experienced. As the third anniversary of Mum’s death approaches, I can’t help but wonder what Mum would think of it all.
For me, it is a chance to reflect on the last decade before moving forward positively into the next. For you, it is an opportunity to find out more about Tea with Mum before there was Tea with Mum. Read on to find out more about some of the events of the last decade that changed our lives forever.
My Mum died two years ago today. It is so hard to believe that so much time has passed and still hurts so much. Yet this blog and taking tea with my Mum have been a big help. And now I have an idea of where we are headed.