Tag Archives: ageing

That was the week

This week has flown past with things happening every day. I used to laugh at the Oldies who claimed to be too busy to do things. Now I understand. The secret is to make the most of each day and … Continue reading

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Harvest Moon

It is so beautiful to see the moon clearly in Dalamory – mainly because it is quite rare. It was the monthly visit of A with the Library Van today. I get a lorry load of books to the door … Continue reading

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That fridge and other things

I hesitate to announce it to the world, but I am pleased to say that the delivery has now been scheduled for this coming Thursday. Of course I could just be tempting fate but it does at least mean we … Continue reading

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Guile

There are many advantages in having a Birthday Month rather than the usual Birth-Day. For example, there is a whole month in which to consider the implications of time rushing past – time to adjust as it were. Then of … Continue reading

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The Birthday Month

This is the last day before my Birthday Month, and of course it is a special BM . . . .. ..  it is my 70th Birthday Month. When I was a child it took me quite a number of … Continue reading

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Keeping in touch

I’ve been trying to keep in touch with other bloggers in cyberspace lately. I’m still not brilliant at using Feedly, but am trying. The main problem I am having is that it seems to be getting more difficult to leave … Continue reading

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Keep on Dancing

Last night was Dance Class and  it was also Valentine’s Day, so our Dance Teacher had  suggested we have a social night. Not a regular dance, just informal. What fun we had. Everyone brought snacks and something to drink, and … Continue reading

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Changing and Ageing

I’ve come to the conclusion that change is quite difficult for me nowadays. I used to be someone who embraced change and loved doing new things. Not so much anymore. Take yesterday, for instance. . . . . . . … Continue reading

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The Art of Ageing

It’s nearly Pre-Birthday-Month time so it seems a good time to dive into The Art of Ageing again. It is one of those little gems that has a great deal of common sense. More than anything, the author, John Lane, … Continue reading

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New Year at the Hairdresser

Looking in the mirror at the hairdresser this afternoon was not an altogether happy experience. I don’t usually “do” mirrors all that much these days. The only exception is for Dance Class on a Friday Night – it seems to … Continue reading

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