To Bristol, yesterday, for the close of the inquest into Trev’s death.  It was an interesting affair (I’ve never been in a courtroom before – not even a little coroner’s courtroom).

But as expected, there was little to be added; but it was simply good to be there and see that everything possible had been done for Trev.

It’ll be interesting to see what comes out of my mouth about the inquest at my next counselling session tomorrow, because one thing noticeable about these sessions is that I hardly seem to know what I’m thinking these days until it’s actually said out loud.


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