Sunday outing to the local hospice

today i went to the local hospice with my mom and my sister. there was an event on, a fundraising event.

you could pay 10 euro to light a light on their christmas tree, in rememberance of someone who had passed away. then all this month the person is remembered in the masses at the hospice.

the 3 of us lit lights on the tree. the event was such an amazing experience.

there was tea and coffee, cakes and mince pies, all free, if you wanted to you could donate, but you didnt have to.

they were selling raffle tickets for hampers, we all bought some of those.

i would definitely go to this event again next year.
It really was organised brilliantly and it was very very peaceful to be there.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

11 thoughts on “Sunday outing to the local hospice”

  1. I have always meant to go to some event like this in my area, over the last few years. But I never have and I no this year I won’t be doing it. But I wondered if something like this would be peaceful, which you describe. So it’s nice to hear.

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