If you worry; you die. If you don’t worry; you die. So why worry?

The days that were once filled with running round in the car, constantly breathing in the exhaled smoke from my father have all gone now. We used to talk about his memories, what he and his family did, where his friends and he used to go for a drink. Anything really, all he wanted wasContinue reading “If you worry; you die. If you don’t worry; you die. So why worry?”