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The decision had been made. The family home of forty years was too big for a family now depleted to two seniors. It had to be sold; something smaller to accommodate slower moving bodies and aching limbs. A decision like that was not difficult to make. It was based purely on logic and ignored emotion as it accepted the gardens were gaining the upper hand in the challenge laid down by mother nature four decades before. It also accepted four bedrooms and two lounges were now an over indulgence for two people for whom greater satisfaction was now achieved in the mind rather than from material possessions. This was the easy aspect of the decision.