Why I’m glad to see the back of my Ukrainian refugee | Daily Mail Online

When our two Ukrainian guests first arrived, I was a tad nervous. But, feeling sure I was doing the right thing, my heart was warm and the door to my home open wide.Now, little more than six weeks later, my door has closed on them for a final time with a sigh of relief, while I have been left feeling emotionally bruised, naïve and foolish. I even feel a bit of a failure, though I’m not sure I have reason to.I did not ask them to leave, nor would I have, but superior premises — a two-bed flat for the two of them, mother and young daughter — has been secured for free with charitable aid.

Why I’m glad to see the back of my Ukrainian refugee | Daily Mail Online