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Oct. 27, 2013

I was doing something earlier this afternoon, when all of a sudden I thought, "It must be close to the anniversary date of Mum's death. Jeez, how could I forget?"

I didn't. My subconscious must have realized that today is the second anniversary of her death.

I still check in with her regularly in my head. By now, I've been able to watch a video bit taken of her during our last visit, something I couldn't do until recently. Life is still very much a "before Mum died" and "after Mum died" thing, but it doesn't loom as large for me as it once did.

I miss her, though.

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Oct. 28th, 2015 05:57 pm (UTC)
You'd be surprised at how high my tolerance for 70s BBC is. I did, after all, live through and often love Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 70s dramas. They had a similar mise-en-scene. Heh. And of course, we did get our share of BBC imports.

Besides, James Maxwell has always caught my eye, as has, of course, Mr. Collings ....
Oct. 28th, 2015 08:33 pm (UTC)
Oh, yes - I mean, you were fine with S&S! It's just that, having watched a lot of old TV for a year at that point, including S&S, I nearly tripped up over the first episode or so of this until it got going. David Collings is in eps 3 &4, and ep3 actually is one of his best performances, I think. And episode 5 is a very unusual and clever piece of TV. But then it has a couple of duff eps in the middle before picking up again. So, unlike some of the old things I really love, it's a bit hard to recommend to people unless they're especially interested in that kind of old school BBC historical drama - or, of course, if they happen to be interested in James Maxwell! ;-)

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