Tag Archives: mobility

Sunday

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

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Rubbish!

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

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Bradbeers, Romsey

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

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Old body, young mind

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

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Befriending

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

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Where have all the chairs gone?

It seems remarkable that chairs seem to have vanished from most department stores and supermarkets. Do they just sweep up all the people who have fallen, either through age or illness, or just given up? Escalators – how difficult have … Continue reading

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