It took a liftetime to understand Mum’s BEHAVIOUR

My mother’s favourite saying was ‘There’s a place for everything, and everything in its place’. It was the mantra that she lived and ruled by. She was fastidious about meal times and tidiness, and if things were messy or if something didn’t go to plan, she’d fly off the handle and have meltdowns, like a toddler.

To me and my sister, Carrie, she was just Mum: a super-glamorous, fiercely intelligent woman, with an incredible memory for historical facts. She was also an excellent Latin teacher – at the same grammar school she had once attended. It’s only in hindsight I can see things at home weren’t quite

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