When there isn’t always tomorrow

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My Grandma bought a static caravan by the sea years ago. After her husband died and she no longer had obligations to anyone but herself she began living her life for her. She had always loved the sea and living in the centre of the country she was as far away from the sea as you could get; she wanted a place that was easily accessible by public transport (yay for free transport for the retired!) and had a built-in community.

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Adventurer, word-lover, nature-enthusiast, psychotherapist, creative.

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Adventurer, word-lover, nature-enthusiast, psychotherapist, creative.

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