Jo and her sister, Di, earned extra pocket money as part-time cleaners of St. Luke’s church.
I cannot overstate how cold it got in this church in winter when we were cleaning it. It was freezing. For a pound each. It’s tragic, really. We must be in here loads. Because we used to sign this book all the time.
“Rain is a vital part of water circulation. Water from the surface evaporates into the atmosphere and then later on forms clouds. The fallen rain soaks into the ground. It forms rivers that flow to the ocean, and then it returns to the sky again. Supposedly everything in this world goes through cycles. Plants, insects and animals, all eat to survive, and return to earth in due time. Going around in circles, life repeats itself.”