Sarah giggle dating
I first saw Sandra at a conference for forensic support services.
Everyone had just poured out of a session on offenders with acquired brain injuries to descend on urns of watered-down coffee and plates of sweating cheese.
“I weren’t [sic] allowed by the family to associate with them after p.m.
leads her somewhere in between — homes with the lights still on where death, sickness and madness have abruptly abbreviated lives.
When she speaks, she is mostly professional and deliberate.
But there is also a cheekiness, a playful flirtiness, which she is beginning to fan out like a peacock’s tail.
It struck me then that, for Sandra Pankhurst, death and sickness are part of life.
Not in a quote book sort of way, but in a voicemail and lunch meeting sort of way.