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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: January 2017
Visited a friend who has moved into her new flat. Very nice,two bedrooms, kitchen etc but with the added bonus of a balcony. As she is unlikely to be going out on her own the balcony gives her the opportunity … Continue reading
Quite an interesting week. Received an e mail from a friend who went to Australia to visit her daughter and family. It was very hot ranging from 25 degrees to the mid 40’s. I’m guessing she is looking forward to … Continue reading
Firstly de-iced the car and then off. It was so cold even though I had many layers on. Hat,scarf gloves. Caught up with the rest of the walkers first words it’s so cold,even colder than yesterday. Dogs loving it. One … Continue reading
Each and everyone of us dreams including animals. You will suddenly hear that strange noise that dogs make and see their legs tremble. What are they dreaming of you might ask. I had a wonderful dream the other night. Some … Continue reading
Who says Doctors waiting rooms are boring. Went to have my stitches out and bumped into a friend of mine that I hadn’t seen for ages. She gave me a huge hug she smelt lovely. I commented and next the … Continue reading