Monthly Archives: August 2017

Hedgehogs and the onset of September

In the early hours of the morning, Trudy decided she really wanted to go for a wee. Up, glasses on, dressing gown on and then we opened the door. I had completely forgotten that I had an outside light which … Continue reading

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Mug of Horlicks and a new week

Glenda and her dog Lottie popped over for lunch on Sunday. I hadn’t appreciated how hot it was going to be and I had prepared spaghetti bolognese for lunch followed by pancakes. I did cheat where the pancakes were concerned. … Continue reading

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Thinking

I’m sat looking out the window at the sun and imagining everyone out and about doing exciting things with their families and friends. It’s always got to be exciting because my mind won’t allow anything else. I don’t want to … Continue reading

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My inspiring friend

Carol is someone I have known for many many years, but after my move from Sussex do not see much of her now. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer about eighteen months ago and following a large operation she started … Continue reading

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Back to my favourite charity shop

With the problem that is Trudy taken care of, i.e being left, I was able to return to the shop for a short time. No matter how I feel when I’m at home, could be tired, lonely or just not … Continue reading

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Cream tea at Romsey

I was invited to join my friend Sylvie for a cream tea at The White Horse in Romsey. Cucumber, trout, egg and cress, and ham sandwiches offered, along with scones and cream. You had the choice of strawberry jam or … Continue reading

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