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Chris Hoyle
I got the reference request through for my foster parents (for them to foster again). It refers to them as “mum and dad”, I’m sure it’s just a failure to update a template but in this case it’s cute AF. Also: you are so lucky to have them. Please treasure them.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 21
Replying to @HoyleTime
I’ve got a train journey, shall I do a public reference? I think I should. Here we go.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 21
Replying to @HoyleTime
Trevor and Odette, what do I remember about you? Well I remember my first hug with you, before I lived with you. It caught me off guard and confused me. I didn’t really know what to do. You taught me what to do: enjoy it. Find comfort in it.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 21
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember you going on nights out, getting a little bit tipsy, but always ringing us to see what we wanted from the takeaway - whilst telling Trevor to shut up 😂.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 21
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember you taking me into your home, before I lived with you, knowing how important it was for me to maintain a relationship with my brother.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 21
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember the day I told you I wanted to leave to go and live in a flat with my brother. I remember how worried I was about telling you. You were brilliant, reassuring and supportive.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 21
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember you getting me a cake that was actually GIANT boobs for my 21st birthday. When you took me and my university friends to my favourite restaurant. (Sorry twitter I tried to find the photo but I fail at Facebook these days).
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember you coming to that flat to help me cook the first meal I ever cooked for my now wife, before we left for university in different cities.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember ever single Christmas, where you are always a part of it for me - it wouldn’t be Christmas without you. (And there is no surprise that I LOVE Christmas as a result).
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember you getting a windfall when I was about 25 and sharing some of it with me. Your kindness will never be forgotten.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember that you saved me. You stopped me bouncing around a system that is scary and doesn’t always think about the child at the heart of it - you never forgot about the child.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember that I got the absolute honour of having you at the top table right beside me at my wedding, a memory I will cherish forever.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @HoyleTime
I remember you arguing with somebody over the phone in our front room so that I could stay in the same school - and go on to be successful in life.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @HoyleTime
Most of all though, I remember the love you show me. You are my constant positive presence, my unconditional positive regard, my anchor.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @northyorkscc
So , I don’t only have nothing to tell you that you should worry about, I have many brilliant memories and a stable position in life thanks to these wonderful people. Cherish them, I know I do.
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Chris Hoyle Oct 22
Replying to @stuartcarlton
you accept twitter references, right? 😂
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Chris Hoyle Oct 24
Replying to @stuartcarlton
Links to sign up to foster at my closest local authorities: York North Yorkshire
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