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I started this blog to try to combat the loneliness that can creep up on those of us who are a little older (I am in my 70s).
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Monthly Archives: May 2016
Not so warm out there today, in fact you could say it’s chilly. Good time at the barbecue but again towards the end of the evening it was feeling cold. A friend of mine called and took the dog out. … Continue reading
Lovely day for walking. Met usual crowd. Isn’t it interesting what you learn when you actually listen! How many of us actually really do listen? Pleasant day yesterday. Went to the local charity shop for my couple of hours a … Continue reading
Usual routine, up and out with the dog. Met usual walkers one of whom was trying to rescue a hedgehog from dogs. Picked it up and popped it into a hedge. One of the walkers had her handbag stolen from … Continue reading
Feel a little disheartened; I had imagined someone out there would be agog to read about my ramblings. A so-so week. We need for a coffee at Bamburgh gosh the food is so expensive and not particularly appetising to look … Continue reading
It seems remarkable that chairs seem to have vanished from most department stores and supermarkets. Do they just sweep up all the people who have fallen, either through age or illness, or just given up? Escalators – how difficult have … Continue reading