It’s 3:45 am when my pager wakes me. I speak to a man who is quite upset: his sister has just died – at the end of a long illness, but unexpectedly soon – and his sister’s son is on active duty in the military, stationed overseas...
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(White poppies are worn in the UK to remember all who have died in armed conflict, not limited to soldiers and military service members. For more information, see http://www.ppu.org.uk/whitepoppy/index.html.)