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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Friday started as most days do, dog walking, tidying up, and then a gradual downward spiral. Nat came to clean the bathrooms and shower room. Believe it or not I live in a smallish flat that has one en suite, … Continue reading
Since my unexpected chance to be a star on Radio Solent I have had a few responses to my campaign on loneliness. Needless to say I’m delighted, please carry on reading my blog and leaving comments for me. I am … Continue reading
As you all remember Jo Cox M.P. lost her life last year. One of her aims was to combat loneliness, and before her death she devised a plan to bring the various existing campaigns together and launch a major Commission to ‘turbo-charge’ … Continue reading
I wanted to try and make a difference. I know that it is a well worn cliché but I decided I would try. If you have been looking at my Web site then thank you. You will see that I … Continue reading
Visited a friend who has moved into her new flat. Very nice,two bedrooms, kitchen etc but with the added bonus of a balcony. As she is unlikely to be going out on her own the balcony gives her the opportunity … Continue reading