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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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
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
Met up with my daughter who was in a tizz as she had lost her purse. Went to investigate her house again, phoned a local shop to see if she had left it there. No joy. We ladies carry so … Continue reading
Trudy seems to be more like her old self today, following visit to the vets. The vet understood why I had removed the collar, as it was the only thing that I could think of that was different in her … Continue reading
Here we go again. Trudy is so not herself, and I’m left wondering if I should take her to the vet. Not eating which is unlike her and even quieter than normal. When you have lost a dog fairly recently … Continue reading