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).
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As Trudy is worried about being left on her own, I’ve felt unable to work my rota at the shop. I am also mindful that the other flat dwellers don’t want to listen to her barking either, but today with … Continue reading
It is so nice being out and about again with Trudy, catching up with the walkers I used to see. Today we met up with Marigold, Myrtle, and their owner. Marigold and Myrtle are french bulldogs. Gorgeous and so naughty. … Continue reading
Family were in a high state of excitement yesterday. Their new puppy, Nula the German Shepherd, was being picked up. It was decided that we would meet the new arrival back at home. My granddaughter travelled from Bristol for the … Continue reading
Jane our long suffering helper at the craft table at The Beacon Cafe was chatting about the women’s breakfast group, which was being held yesterday. It seemed to be just what I needed. Friendly faces a hymn or two accompanied … Continue reading
It was a varied week, which is always nice. Usual stuff first of all, but then out to Brambridge Garden Centre. The wonderful smells hit you as soon as you walk in, and you have to have a look see, … Continue reading