Sheila Hancock: one for the rages

Sheila Hancock: one for the rages

1 IT ANNOYS ME WHEN PEOPLE ATTRIBUTE WORDS AND BEHAVIOUR TO THE DEAD. They tell me John [Thaw] would have been proud of, or would have enjoyed, or would have said such and such. The thing that I loved most about my husband in life was that I never knew how he would react or what he would do. That is why in 30 years I never tired of him. 2 IT SHOULD BE A QUALIFICATION FOR MARRIAGE THAT EVERYONE MUST LEARN THE TASKS THEIR PARTNER DOES IN A RELATIONSHIP. Then when one dies the other is not completely unable to cope with the bills, the cooking, changing a light bulb or doing the ironing or whatever. 3 IT’S A MYTH THAT PEOPLE GET WISER AS THEY GET OLDER. One …
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