I thought I’d give you a bit of an update on 2018 as it’s very nearly over!
Nobody has killed Trump yet
Brexit is the biggest shambles in UK history, nobody knows what the fxxx is going on
Liverpool are top of the Premier League
France won the World Cup (England did surprisingly well, we all got very excited and started singing “Football’s coming home” multiple times a day, we even won an important game on penalties!!!!)
Bitcoin went down the toilet (not sure it was a “thing” before you died but as you read The Times every day, you probably had heard of it)
Everyone also got very excited about using the space bar on iPhones as a cursor, who knew?!
Lana and I saw Beyoncé and Jay-Z and they were AMAZING
I got divorced on July 4th, Independence Day!
Arabella turned 4 a few weeks ago and you would have so much fun with her, she’s absolutely crazy, some weird mix of all of us, she can draw like mum and Sandie, is a drama queen like Lana and she loves attention like you (and me). You would be so proud of her, she really is the best girl in the world (obviously drives me absolutely round the bend).
Lana lived with us for a few months, which was really nice and has now moved back to France to be with the Love of her life, you need to know she is really happy, doing very well and is now my rock (I know it’s hard to believe but true!). Dad, she turned things around, you’d be proud of her too.
We spent Easter at Sophie’s with the boys, which was super nice and Louise, Tallulah and Ellie are coming for Christmas.
You would love “A star is born”.
Very very sadly both Solly and Richie (last year) lost one of their sons.
On a happier note Billy had a baby and Carrie got married!
You are the one, who gave me my love of Christmas, you made such an effort, often with limited means. Your old smelly work socks as stockings, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs and brandy butter – some of your traditions that I will carry on for ever.
We’re all OK Dad, we miss you terribly, especially at this time of year but there is a little bit of you in all of us. The world has gone mad that’s for sure and I hope you get to watch the show.
Merry Christmas Dad, I’m sure many glasses will be raised for you next week.
I love you