I was sitting in St John’s chapel at the tower of London talking to Henry VIII and saying how barbaric he was to have over 72,000 people executed and the thought that came to me is; that this was what they did at that time and the following thought came to me:
WE CANNOT CHANGE THE PAST
CAN CHANGE THE FUTURE
OUR ACTIONS IN THE NOW
Three years ago, when Paul died, I could have crawled up into a ball and given up and died with him, but I didn’t, because doing that Paul would have been devastated that I didn’t continue to live, so I chose not to give up and to live life to the fullest.
I think Paul knew better plus I didn’t have the time to give up as trying to sort out his estate was bad enough. So I had to keep going, moving forward hence the idea of writing my first book Conversations with Paul.
Paul knew me too well, he knew me as a strong, courageous and somewhat stubborn person who always wanted to have the last say but also that I would make a difference and of course I would keep my promise to him to travel with him, even as a cardboard cut-out.