Archive for March, 2010

11
Mar
10

11 years since…

I shouldn’t be writing this at work in case I get all teary and unprofessional, but I’m in a drained state of mind that allows my emotions to surface. So at least over-tiredness is productive in one sense.

I miss arguing with you, trying to learn stuff by watching you, wondering why one wine tastes better than another, having a slab of butter melting in a burger you barbecued, your stubbornness, the worried brow, the bloody-mindedness, the golf swing, the purple saloon, getting greasy hands under the ol’ hillman, irish folk music.

I see you in my children, my brothers and my life.

I miss the single-minded determination that kept us together.

Mostly I wonder if you’d be proud of me




Craig’s twitter

  • RT @RealCandaceO: “Linked to Covid-19”. What the hell does that mean? Did the newborn have pre-existing conditions— yes or no? Did the infa… 3 hours ago
  • RT @RealCandaceO: Isn’t it incredible how they are perfectly allowed to tell us when the patient dies from coronavirus— but “privacy laws”… 3 hours ago
  • RT @RealCandaceO: In light of the discovery that @GovNedLamont counted an infant suffocation toward his state’s #coronavirus death total, I… 3 hours ago
  • RT @houstonniner: Current Hospitalizations went up from 259 to 271. The 4/1/2020 model predicted NC would be at 1,115 today and the 3/27 m… 4 hours ago
  • RT @hughriminton: Meanwhile, the government’s modelling should be available to all, argues former Science Minister BarryJones in the ⁦@SatP4 hours ago

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