Diary of a widower: “After someone dies, there’s plenty of Tupperware, baskets — and blue cheese”

After Kate died I had no shortage of help. Friends, family and neighbors offered moral support and play dates for the children. They came and walked the dog. Almost everyone brought food. But not just any food – great food. I’ve been inundated with homemade treats and really fancy treats.

There were great homemade cakes and biscuits. There was good wine and pink gin. There were breadsticks, chorizos, lasagne and biscuits. There was gourmet peanut butter with peppers. There were Belgian chocolates, chips and fish pies.

“I googled if there was a connection between grief and blue cheese. Of course not. But that didn’t stop people from arriving with condolences and bags of Stiltons, Cashel Blues and big chunks of Wicklow Blue Brie.

https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/health-features/a-widowers-diary-the-aftermath-of-someone-dying-involves-lots-of-tupperware-hampers-and-blue-cheese-42014733.html Diary of a widower: “After someone dies, there’s plenty of Tupperware, baskets — and blue cheese”

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