After my wife died, I had the urge to throw away all her belongings. I gave her nice clothes to someone who would cherish them, or at least wear them. I binned her lockdown wardrobe of cheap hoodies and baggy tracksuit bottoms she never even got a chance to wear.

Cleared out her drawers and bedside lockers. Cosmetics and lotions, scrunchies and sanitary napkins were chucked. I had a lot of shampoo. I got a hair iron. I gave her the wig she got in case the chemo caused her hair to fall out. She never wore it, so she got a new home and a new head.

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