More wonderful feedback and I’m glad it went well. You’ll look back at this fondly from your 20th and 200th services. Also good to hear your dad is doing better.
Yesterday conducting the Service for the dear family friend, who I have called my ‘Uncle Les’ was a very proud day for me.
I could not write about the day (only in prose) last night as I was mentally and physically drained.
I arrived at 12:15 with mum in toe (I had to collect her) as my brother had to remain home with Pop to look after him. For those following Pop – he’s feeling much better.
The FD Assistant also a Celebrant took me under her wing – she was lovely. I told her it was only my second service and she said it takes ‘guts’ to do it for someone you know.
The entrance song was Josh Groban – To where you are – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHStYNXnOH4 – this song gets me EVERY TIME.
I read the Eulogy, the family liked two of my poems that I wrote, so I…
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Thank you for sharing. \m/
You’re welcome. Jen’s journey inspires me.