'As for raising a family – that looks like such a huge task, but to have the joy of seeing children learn and grow would be so wonderful...'
"The first time I went to a local hairdresser was in 1964. I was 15."
"Money and facilities that could be used to help younger people survive and live their lives are being spent on the elderly."
"I was only six or seven at the time, but I do (rather vaguely), remember what Bristol was like in the early 1940s, before the Germans arrived."
'How can we celebrate our history if we continue to remove it?'
"I have seen and loved so much of this wonderful country."
Even today, Jacqui can dither between the decent and the distressing.
Brian's been looking at his mum's old diaries and reckons she was onto something...
"To this day I do not know how I crossed the burning landing, and closed the bedroom doors. Or, why!"
“One day," she said, “you can marry Prince Charles, and be queen of England!”