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).
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Tag Archives: weekend
Decided that getting up early is a fool’s game, when there isn’t much to get up for, and it does make for a long day. As you can guess I’m feeling a bit down today even though it’s a warm … Continue reading
I promised myself I would go to a jumble sale on Saturday. I love rummaging around, although I didn’t like the aroma that often went with the clothes. No smell here though. We queued up with our twenty pences clutched … Continue reading
Saturday morning was quiet. Afternoon was also quiet at the Hospice Shop, but the weather wasn’t conducive to being out. One minute raining the next dry. We were still productive though. I sorted out all the summer scarves of which … Continue reading
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
It was a varied week, which is always nice. Usual stuff first of all, but then out to Brambridge Garden Centre. The wonderful smells hit you as soon as you walk in, and you have to have a look see, … Continue reading