‘I Possibly Should Have Thought This Through’

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Andrew McGinley and his now deceased children Conor, Carla and Darragh; a letter from Mr McGinley in which he has appealed for correspondence; a box of correspondence since sent to Andrew

Last Friday.

Andrew McGinley, whose three children were found dead in their Dublin home in January and for whom he launched a YouTube channel featuring videos celebrating their lives, made an appeal on Twitter.

He wrote that he was struggling with isolation and appealed for letters.

This morning he tweeted a picture of two boxes from An Post containing hundreds of letters and thanked all who wrote to him…

In fairness.

Previously: Can You Write To Andrew?

6 thoughts on “‘I Possibly Should Have Thought This Through’

  1. missred

    Ohhhh how wonderful! It’s the little things that mean the most. Nearly tearing up here…. Fair play everyone

  2. Daisy Chainsaw

    This is lovely and well done to everyone who took the time to write. I hope he finds solace in responding to people.

  3. Gabby

    Some charitable organizations sell bags of used postage stamps to philatelic companies that sell them to stamp collectors. Stamps should normally be affixed to the original envelopes, with a few cms of paper around each stamp. Some British charities that accept donations of stamps:
    Macmillan Cancer Support.
    Oxfam.
    Many Tears Animal Rescue.
    Parkinson’s UK.
    RNIB.
    CRY (Care and Relief for the Young)
    Saint Francis Hospice.
    Are there any Irish charities doing something similar?

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