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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I was really amazed at what this little device could do. Time my cakes (if I make any). Wake me up and soothe me to sleep. To cut a long story short I bought one. It arrived and I was … Continue reading
Finally decided to hoover and clean up. It doesn’t take much for me not to do the housework these days. Don’t we change. When I was young I would consider myself to be house proud, but really it’s such a … Continue reading
Yesterday I had arranged to pick up a friend and attend a craft class. As we drove into the car park I saw it was nearly empty, unusual I thought. What day was it I wondered, and realised that it … Continue reading
Following my puppy sitting stint (I was totally wiped out), I decided to collect lou. As the time drew nearer to my going home,I felt as if I was back at work, counting down the minutes. I seemed to spend … Continue reading
I had just arrived at my daughter’s for a day of puppy sitting when my mobile rang. I was initially confused because the screen said “vet”. I answered and was told that “lovely Lou’s ashes were back home”. Since that … Continue reading