3 comments on “To have and to hold

  1. She is the carrier of the story now. A beautiful muse; an elegant arrow that sets your heart’s trajectory. Keep her, of course! 🙂

  2. Geoff – what a really lovely piece of writing. I found the story of your father (told in your book) really moving, and this is a lovely way to keep that motif alive. I can see you driving together.

    It also calls to mind my own Dad, Denis, who also died far too young (though not as young as yours).. and although that was almost thirty years ago, just writing those words makes me cry a little. Which, of course, is the whole point of sharing stories.

    (Great car too – you lucky duck. Big hug to the photographer.) x

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