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Topic: Finding ways to deal with absence

3 posts, 0 answered
  1. fred2018
    fred2018 avatar
    68 posts
    2 April 2020
    My mum's absence is massive and it really gets to me. To deal with it now I'm gonna start making some of her home cooked meals , I think that will make me feel like we have a connection and she made delicious stuff hah aswell and food is helpful for everything isn't it ?
  2. romantic_thi3f
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    romantic_thi3f avatar
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    3 April 2020 in reply to fred2018

    Hi fred2018,

    Thanks for your post. This sounds like a really good idea and a great way to stay connected to your mum.

    My grandma (Nanna) used to make scones so I'd always try to make them. They'd be a total flop but just kneading the dough made me feel so close with her. What are the meals your mum used to make?

    rt

  3. fred2018
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    68 posts
    5 April 2020 in reply to romantic_thi3f
    Oh yeah scones are nice that's nice to hear you have that connection, ah she made a lot of things but one was Rogan Josh that I enjoyed so i'll give that a go. She also enjoyed coconut rice with stir fry , all tasty stuff.

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