Last weekend saw one of the most amazing weekends of my life. Being at the Rewind Festival and meeting many of my icons from the 80′s is something many people can only dream about. With all the issues I am having to deal with from my past at the moment, it was a wonderful respite. Then, on Monday, I visited Woking Crematorium with my Mum and Grace which helped to put everything into perspective.
It would have been my Uncle’s 62nd birthday. He was 39 when he passed away unexpectedly. He was rushed to hospital after being taken ill on the cricket pitch and died that evening. Walking around the Crematorium, I was looking at the plaques and thinking about all these people who had gone, just leaving the legacy of their lives behind them. It’s doing something like this that suddenly brings me back to reality and makes me think about who I am and where I am going. I don’t want to be one of life’s complainers, a victim or to have major regrets of things I haven’t done and I feel there are many occasions where I feel time is running out.