- Father is a broken man, physically and mentally. But his joy has come back.
this is the sound of the encouraging words from the 83-year-old John Møllehaves son Tomas.
In april, when coronanedlukningen was at its highest, he told that his father felt like a lonely burhøne, because he was unable to get visits to the nursing home on Frederiksberg.
'It is a bad time for him,' it sounded at the time from Tomas Møllehave.
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But now, the former priest, author, lecturer with much more recovered the good mood, despite bad bentøj and impaired memory.
He must again visit in the nursing home.
- For the most part is the dad actually happy enough now, though, it is heavy, when your friends are dying - as, for example, Niels Birger Wamberg recently. But in contrast to some months ago so something happens now. The father feels no longer like a burhøne. The activity level around him is increased. Something happens, and he can again get a visit, " says Tomas Møllehave and tells that he the other day had invited his father into the Ditch in Tivoli.
- Father is a part of the lodge 'Way Poets', so it is a tradition that he must go there and have a bite to eat. I asked if he could remember, that I was married in there. He could not now. But as he himself might say, 'I'm pretty demented for the time being'. And he has the right.
- But dad's mood is improving, says his son,