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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Lou and I were invited out for coffee by one of the dog walkers who take Lou out during the weekend. They made us very welcome, with a roaring fire and a gorgeous Christmas tree decorated with decorations that were … Continue reading
Do you hate taking the rubbish out? I must admit it’s not my favourite thing to do. The heavy unwieldy bins are almost always full up, and if you live in a building with a communal rubbish shed you never … Continue reading
I had a change of scenery last week with a trip to Romsey. It is such a charming old market town, and how nice it was to see a department store like Bradbeers. A shop where you can buy most … Continue reading
I was getting dressed the other morning and found it difficult to get a jumper on – I got quite panicky. I would be seen as confident, but that really brought it home to me that age has crept up. … Continue reading
Earlier this week it was my befriending day when I visit an elderly lady. She is in her eighties but is a bit forgetful. We talked this week about her earlier life. She says she remembers there being camps in Chandlers Ford, housing refugees … Continue reading