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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: October 2016
Half term was a strange week but for me much quieter. The road is considerably quieter when the children are off school and walking is more pleasurable and relaxed when I don’t have to think about being out of the … Continue reading
The other week I went and had a coffee with a friend who I met through the Atrial Fibrillation Association. We both suffer from this problem (irregular heart rhythm), which is quite frightening, isolating, and scary especially when you live … Continue reading
I was getting dressed the other morning and found it difficult to get a jumper on – I got quite panicky. I would be seen as confident, but that really brought it home to me that age has crept up. … Continue reading
I went out to see a friend who happens to live in a house with a large garden. Lou was on mole duty, as there were quite a few mounds popping up in her garden. Lou was fascinated, following the … Continue reading
On Tuesday I went to The Beacon Café at St Boniface Church in Hursley Road. The café meets every second Tuesday and they serve wonderful home made cakes with tea and coffee, it is very friendly and welcoming. There is a craft table where you … Continue reading