We are all so upset to know you have gone. I hope you know that everyone is thinking about you and how kind, considerate and inclusive you were. You are truly one of the nicest people I know and I will always remember you.
You and I were planning trips to Camden Lock when we were in the Senior Branch. I am really upset that it will never happen.
I remember the time my parents took us to the Highgate fair. There were so many things to do and eat and we chose our favourite stalls. My parents gave us some money and for an hour we roamed around Highgate, eating ice cream and chatting. The hour soon ended and we met up with my parents again at the pub. Quickly the two of us got bored and went to explore around Highgate. Almost instantly we found a game you took a liking to. The penalty shoot out with a twist. The aim was to score in certain places in order to score points. The highest score so far was 100. Everyone was allowed three shots and if you happened to score all three you were allowed another. You very kindly insisted I went first and so I did. Football isn’t a strong attribute of mine and I’m sure everyone had realised that by the time I had finished. I missed all three by a great distance. It was fair to say everyone laughed… Then, it was your turn. You took all three shots perfectly using great concentration and simply kept going. Every shot you took and and scored the tension climbed higher. Eventually, after 5 tremendous shots, you had reached 100. Everyone had their eyes on you Medi and you connected with the ball perfectly, placing it in the back of the 20 point hole! You were so happy! Your name was placed on the scoreboard and all the way home we were buzzing!
I will always remember you.