Chapter Seventeen

Harriet

Following Mitch’s funeral Harriet decided to take stock of life. Although Harriet had brought most of her research books with her, she was conscious that she hadn’t really looked at any of them, and they had been left in a box on the floor under the bed. She decided that it was time to start looking at them again, and getting her ideas back into some sort of order. Continue reading “Chapter Seventeen”

Chapter Sixteen

Harriet

Mitch’s funeral was a modest affair. The invitation stated that normal comfortable dress should be worn, and no formality was desired. Everyone was invited to the funeral service in the morning before lunch, friends to a buffet lunch in the afternoon at the community centre where Mitch had worked, then a more intimate close friends and family gathering afterwards in the evening. Continue reading “Chapter Sixteen”

Chapter Twelve

Harriet

Harriet had made an appointment to meet Mr Chow at the workshop to discuss the contract and had arrived in good time to look around. The workshop was still having renovations carried out, rows of strip lights were being installed on the ceiling and most of the stone wall outside had been taken down for rebuilding, exposing a view of trees and a hedge. Continue reading “Chapter Twelve”