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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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When I lived in West Sussex my neighbour’s mum lived in Cornwall, but spent much of her time in Sussex. If anything was needed to be sorted out, for example dog or cat sitting, personal problems, she would drive like … Continue reading
Morning everyone. It’s a miserable day so wet, dark and depressing. I feel quite at odds with myself. Everyone seems to be missing. Walkers, although I appreciate it’s so awful out there, that I imagine everyone was scurrying about wanting … Continue reading
I’m sat in the lounge watching it getting darker and darker and the rain just beginning. Strangely this brings back very happy memories. When I lived in Sussex I lived in a typical 1930’s house, three bedrooms, lounge, separate dining … Continue reading
Yesterday my neighbour Mary (90’s) her sister Joy (late 80’s) called for a chat with my daughter about her quilting abilities. Joy brought with her several examples of her quilting which were lovely. Anita (daughter) enjoyed listening to her pearls … Continue reading
To escape the heat I’m sat in my lounge in front of the television watching a very old film. It’s about a magic garden that only one small boy can see. Time of course changes past, present and future. Whilst … Continue reading