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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As I struggled into my very, very old Barbour I realised just how special that jacket is to me. I have worn it through thick and thin, and, perhaps, it might end up with me on my final journey, which … Continue reading
My friend and I were putting the world to rights, and I don’t know how we did it but got talking about Armpit Shields. It is quite surprising how the conversation changes from one thing to another in the blink … Continue reading
I notice that Lloyds is offering a chat to those who have had a change in circumstances.For example new baby, marriage etc etc. Many years ago when I worked for Lloyds I worked within a team in the South of … Continue reading
Returned to work at the charity shop, and what did I see but these dolly pegs. They are used for arts and crafts,and were invented by the Shakers, who were credited with inventing the washing machine, packaged seeds and the … Continue reading
Had a coffee and cake, of course with friends, and we were nattering away when I overheard someone asking if the person sitting next to me had a day off from being a carer. This lady was looking after her … Continue reading