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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: November 2016
It’s a Pooh day outside with very fresh winds, blustery you might say. Lovely walk, dogs very excited. Wind, frosty conditions and snow seem to drive them scatty. We were nattering, as you do, and one of my fellow walkers … Continue reading
It was a varied week, which is always nice. Usual stuff first of all, but then out to Brambridge Garden Centre. The wonderful smells hit you as soon as you walk in, and you have to have a look see, … Continue reading
Do you hate taking the rubbish out? I must admit it’s not my favourite thing to do. The heavy unwieldy bins are almost always full up, and if you live in a building with a communal rubbish shed you never … Continue reading
Great excitement: these two awards have been presented to the shop! I’m so pleased to be a part of this team, albeit in a very small way. I believe the Christmas decorations are going to be displayed at the Hospice … Continue reading
From approximately 6.15pm on Sunday I seem to have been seeing the world through a mist. I was watching Countryfile in memory of those who have died past and present. It was awe-inspiring, from those who were cycling through France … Continue reading