Happy to die now? Surprisingly, “Yes!” Now, is of course, my 86 th year. No commiserations needed. I am not in any way ill, actually quite fit. I don’t wish my life to end, enjoy it too much. However, at 80+ you have lost family, many friends and neighbours. You know, quite starkly, that it…
So long as it has speed and sudden stops or turns it works.
Shilly Shallying as exercise will keep those balance mechanisms on their toes! Enjoy!
The last blog “ Was it a Wise Way for Kids to Grow Up? ” written by Marion produced some interesting discussion. A key question was: “Is there a role for older wisdom in today’s world?“ Seemed a shame to have it tucked away under Comments, so here is a quick summary. From Alice to Marion and…
This piece came from one of you, Marion Hillman who is also 84. So in tune with my memories of childhood. And like me, perhaps like many of you, she wonders if we lost something with our cleanliness, and excessive fear of risks. It would be interesting to hear what you all think. “CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL…
We smirked at the Victorians didnt we? How long it took them to connect sewers and water supply with disease! Until a bug woke them up
Did we remain as blind as they were?
Can we start over? Have we learned?
I was 5 when I heard that man on the radio telling us that “We are at War” and saw my Mother crying.
A point where life changed.
And 80 years later, here we are again. That shock of your known world turning upside down In a few weeks. You all must have felt that?