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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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
Are you any good at waiting? We do seem to spend an enormous amount of time waiting. I spent a long time waiting for my daughter to arrive for our scheduled walk. Time crept on. No reply to landline or … Continue reading
I promised myself I would go to a jumble sale on Saturday. I love rummaging around, although I didn’t like the aroma that often went with the clothes. No smell here though. We queued up with our twenty pences clutched … Continue reading
First of all what an amazing day. Lovely walk and then home to clean the fridge. How exciting! Nat came to help with the boring job of washing the skirting boards, something that is challenging for me. I felt guilty … Continue reading
I’m writing this blog on Boxing Day. Did you enjoy the “big” day. I had a calm and peaceful one. I hope you did too. Lou opened her presents first. One from Natalie the dog walker (treats) she knows the … Continue reading