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27th March 2015
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a few weeks ago it was my nephew's birthday which coincidentally is the same day that my grandmother passed away. we scattered her ashes in this park in london which she used to frequent so i thought i'd make a trip there on the anniversary. after working out opening times and distances now that i have a job, i discovered that it was only going to be possible early in the morning. so i set my alarm for 6am and made it to the park a little after 7. it was really quiet, apart from a few joggers, squirrels and bunny rabbits, and the sun was rising into a clear blue sky. all that made for a really peaceful and zen experience in the japanese garden.

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27/03/2015
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a few weeks ago it was my nephew's birthday which coincidentally is the same day that my grandmother passed away. we scattered her ashes in this park in london which she used to frequent so i thought i'd make a trip there on the anniversary. after working out opening times and distances now that i have a job, i discovered that it was only going to be possible early in the morning. so i set my alarm for 6am and made it to the park a little after 7. it was really quiet, apart from a few joggers, squirrels and bunny rabbits, and the sun was rising into a clear blue sky. all that made for a really peaceful and zen experience in the japanese garden.

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