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He Spits continued to write letters to his dead wife

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He Spits continued to write letters to his dead wife

October 19, 2019 09:44 pm
19-10-19 09:44 pm
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He Pointed (71) presented on Tuesday a book with the cd , Everything seems to be the way it was. Therein, he looks to the hand of a Dutch-language songs are back on a year of mourning after the death of his wife, Gretchen, in may of 2018. “I need to learn in my life, now goes hand in hand with death. This will change the way you see everything,” says the radio host on Saturday, in an AD Magazine.

The title of the book, Everything seems to be as it was, was quickly declared to be, ” says the radio host: “for more than a year of surprises, that feeling is for me. Each and every day. It is as if nothing has changed, if I were to be a setting thing, where everything is at a standstill. But I just want her to stay and talk.”

“As in Bram Vermeulen has already sang: ‘Dead, I’m only like you’re forgotten about. Through my stories, I hope to keep alive what is gone seems to be: Gretchen, my Gretchen, the mother of our children, the grandmother to our grandchildren. In the book I have in my memory of her is recorded on the basis of the songs to me over the past year and through it have helped a lot.” Rush handled the death of his wife, and among others, songs by Diggy Dex, Ernst Jansz, Trijntje Oosterhuis, Frank Sinatra, and He can be seen.