The Cult of the LWZ

Alice, Lucy & I visited Juliet this evening. Some initial confusion about which of the recently-purchased clothes fitted her and which didn’t, but we clarified it in the end. She’d had an afternoon visit from her mum and her brother Alex which she’d enjoyed.

A quiet and uneventful evening, watching Grand Designs, the sort of programme she likes. We took away her wig for washing as the nurses were not sure how to do it. J had had a bath this morning, which she’d loved. She was wearing her new blue skirt, which oddly can also be worn as a dress.

On the way home, we discussed whether Alice might want to take over Lucy’s babysitting customers when L goes off to university. Alice is overawed by the prospect because “everyone’s in the Cult of the Lucy-Worshipping Zombies”. Good job I wasn’t driving as this creased me up.

Today was the day when the death toll from yesterday’s bomb and shooting in Norway rose to 92, and also the death of Amy Winehouse, 27, was reported. Silly girl, very talented girl.

About hodders

Husband and proud father of two daughters. Now a widower. Trying to balance between not dwelling on Juliet's death, but telling the world how much I loved her. Tricky.
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One Response to The Cult of the LWZ

  1. Jane says:

    Dear Simon,
    Glad to hear that not only my partner is a little confused as to how a woman can wear a skirt that is also a dress!! The weekend was somewhat dramatic for the news headlines and papers and I find it hard to accept that one idiot can kill so many people. I also got angry for a few minutes about Amy Winehouse (another idiot). She just threw her life away. I am not saying that people with such problems just need to be shaken, but why the hell did she not send out some signs or way did people not see the signs. Without mentioning names, someone we both know would love to have been given one of the chances in life to get better that Amy had.

    Take care and here’s to a better World (with or without funny female clothing).

    Jane

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