Opinion

After my husband died unexpectedly, we found his final 'to do' list

By Emma Grey
Updated June 3 2019 - 3:42pm, first published 12:51pm

After my husband died unexpectedly of a heart attack in 2016, we found his final "to do" list. It was full of favours that fell beyond the scope of his job - references for ex-students and colleagues, manuscripts he'd offered to read, articles he'd promised. His last email to me was a link to resources on teen anxiety for my daughter (his step-daughter).

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