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Sometimes when you just let go, really great things happen..and you get a better outcome than the one you’d been holding on so tightly to.
I am absolutely heartbroken I had my my purse taken out mobility walking trolley whilst shopping in Kingston Surrey yesterday the 21ST of May at 3pm .
Two eastern euron ladies were hovering around my shopping trolley and the next moment my bag was opened and my purse was gone.
I am a disabled single mum and life is hard enough battling a degenerative Illness and bringing up my daughter alone.
is a black leather mulberry purse it had a Barclays Bank card and my bus pass in there and £91 cash,That was all I had to live on for a week as I am chronically disabled and I am to Ill to work as I have aplastic anemia and ms.
The purse was a gift and if anyone finds it please let me know as it was a gift from my mother.
This has been reported to Surrey police.
I feel absolutely heartbroken by this as this was all the funds I had to live of and these lowlifes took it
Some people are total scumbags preying of disabled people to pinch of,I was thinking I may as well give up on life if this is how people treat others now,But my daughter needs her mum even though I am very ill I have to try and stay approve for her but it is very hard when something like this happens 💔 😢
Today is a day we all dread as a family.
Its exactly six years since Lee was murdered and it never gets any easier. The more time passes, the more we miss him because it’s been so long since we last heard his laughter, saw his smiling face or felt his arms wrapped around us.
May 22 is not only a dreadful day for us.
Its also a horrendous time for all the families who lost loved ones at the Manchester Arena bombing two years ago.
But as heartbreaking as it is, we are trying to keep Lee’s legacy alive so we can remember him with all our love not just today, but every day of the year.
As a family we will come together to comfort each other and keep Lee close to us.
But we would like to say a huge thank you to the thousands of people who continue to support and help us on our journey.
It means everything to us that you hold Lee so dear to you and that you have never forgotten him.
We would also like to send our heartfelt sympathy to everyone who lost loved ones at the Manchester Arena. Its a day none of us want to remember but our thoughts are with you all.
Here’s to Lee and all the victims of this terrible anniversary. May they all Rest In Peace.
Love Lyn and family xx