Connect in later life…
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).
I would love to read your comments, contributions to discussions or even just random thoughts!
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Monthly Archives: April 2017
My friend and I were putting the world to rights, and I don’t know how we did it but got talking about Armpit Shields. It is quite surprising how the conversation changes from one thing to another in the blink … Continue reading
For those of you who read my blog, you will remember the lovely story of an elderly couple, who after losing their partners met up again and love blossomed. However as they were of a certain age they couldn’t condone … Continue reading
As you all remember Jo Cox M.P. lost her life last year. One of her aims was to combat loneliness, and before her death she devised a plan to bring the various existing campaigns together and launch a major Commission to ‘turbo-charge’ … Continue reading
My morning began like any other morning. Mum got up, got my breakfast and the cat’s and started getting her breakfast together. After eating all of mine I needed to go and have a ‘wee’ so off we went, mum … Continue reading
Yesterday I attended Wessex Cancer Trust for a second class in yoga. The first lesson went well but for the rest of the week I could barely move. My fault you may say and it was. Why do we think … Continue reading