Mate I spent 2 hours with Rossella in the morning.
Made sure she was dressed in her lovely clothes.
Added photographs and personal things for us and her family.
Also filled with lots of sea shells that she loved to collect from beaches.
I help her hand and her head. I kissed her and talked to her.
Just me and her again and yes I cried.
I followed her coffin and cried again.
At the funeral greeted by warm friends - the ones that matter and who really care. And I cried again.
I cried during the ceremony.
And I cried afterwards and saw the tears in others.
We all shared the grief together as well as remembering what made Rossella a wonderful human being.
You have to allow all the grief to come out with your friends and family.
You can do it - it will be the toughest thing you've done but you will feel a 'bit' better at the end.
It's a part of the next journey.