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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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
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
Met up with the regular walkers this morning who hugged me, told me they knew how I felt, and we carried on with our usual banter and laughs. I love these generous people. Just had to share.
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
No matter that I tell myself that I don’t have to get up so early to take Lou out, I’m awake. I guess when you are so used to waking up early for that first walk that’s it. I’m sure … Continue reading