Had another birthday recently – 72 now. I asked myself how did that happen! Well, it’s just something you cannot escape. The years roll by and there you are – you’re over 70! I do think turning 70 is crunch time. Listen, when I reached my 60s I felt absolutely
Hello everyone Yes, London again! To the Tate Modern and the Picasso exhibition and lunch there with a friend I’ve known for over 50 years! For those of you who haven’t yet visited this is the view from the 5th floor. It’s free to enter, btw, and plenty to see
Hi everyone As most of you know I wore jeans for several years after I retired and then slowly, over time, gathered together a sense of style that wasn’t work orientated (mainly suits) nor w/e relaxation and leisure (a variety of jeans). When I’m out and about I see a
Hi everyone This is my first of three planned trips to London. We had such a great day on Wednesday. We went to the Victoria & Albert museum to see the exhibition, ‘Ocean Liners: Speed and Style‘ and what an unexpected delight it was too. It’s on only until 17th June
This is all about the weather we’ve had in the UK, which apparently is going to change for the better the latter part of this week and the next, which is why I’m posting this now as the clothes here will seem all wrong if posted next week. Gosh, to
For those of you who are new to the blog we used to help run a film society in Newhaven. After 5 years of that we were ready to move on, which we did, stepping down in October 2017 – there are some great people running it now. We hadn’t
This blog has always been more than just the charity shop shopping and the clothes I wear. It’s also about women and ageing, and how we can age well and all the positive things we can do to be healthy and (yes, I like this word) comfortable as we age.
Have you read anything by the author Barbara Ehrenreich? I hadn’t, but apparently she’s a radical sceptic and free-thinker and she’s just about to publish a book here in the UK called Natural Causes: Life, Death and the Illusion of Control. And I’m about to do the very worst thing