Celia loves her work as an art therapist.
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She's proud that she gives her elderly independents something to look forward to, even if her partner is dismissive of her efforts. Martin has other things on his mind - telling complicated lies to Celia so he sell his mum's house from underneath her to pay off his debts.
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Unaware and trusting, Celia fights to secure gallery space for her geriatric charges' artwork, and to keep The Harbour from being closed. She's even ready to abseil from a church steeple to bring attention to the plight of her old people, no matter that she might fall and end up splattered all over the flagstones. When she does fall, however, it's much more painfully. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 5, Close It Quietly by Frankie Cosmos.
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