Tag Archives: older people

Summer?

I’m struggling to write anything remotely interesting, as the weather has certainly dampened my enthusiasm for anything especially outside activities. I did have a short walk yesterday and it was short. Still managed to get very wet though. I do … Continue reading

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Quilting, memories and a good laugh

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

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Old age

I am always open mouthed when I see pictures of women similar in age to me. Late 70’s. They look lovely and this begs the question what’s happened to mine? Drink was very much a part of my life and … Continue reading

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Forgetful moments

I had a spectacular forgetful moment when I came to apply for my road tax via the Internet.  Wouldn’t let me do it why? I phoned the garage who supplied me with the car who told me the M.O.T had … Continue reading

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What am I doing on the floor?

At some point in  the night I needed to use the bathroom  which is an en suite so not a problem you would think. I have a memory of feeling  a little unsteady on my legs so decided to sit … Continue reading

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Feeling blue

You may well ask why, and, in all honesty, I don’t know. The sun is shining, everyone seems to be smiley and I’m not. Do you think it could be that I wake up so early in the morning and … Continue reading

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