These Blogger friends are over 60 years young
Ronni – Time Goes By
A long-time and popular blogger, Ronni is a former NY resident and an expert on aging,
Bernadette – Haddon Musings
Join our great group of Senior Friends at Bernadette’s Senior Salon, every Wednesday.
Bruce Cooper – The Daily Blog
What is assisted living really like?
Penny – The Frugal Fashion Shopper
Living in the UK, Penny is very skilled at picking out the most stylish bargains from the Charity shops.
Caree Risover – A Retirement Blog
My longest online blogger friend, Caree and I are level pegging in the retirement and blogging stakes at nearly 2 years in. Caree lives in the North UK and her posts about her travels are always interesting, with great photos.
Pradip Chowdhury – Photoshopper
A retired widower who lives in Kolkata and has taken some awesome photos, Pradip is a photo-shop expert and has the honour of being my first guest poster.
Royce Shook – Canada’s Sonic Boomer – Boomersnotsenior
Winner of Canadian awards for his blogs, Royce knows a thing or two about retirement and finances.
Latane Barton – Living life on Main Street
Born in the 1930s, Latane was married for sixty years and has a large family. Her husband was in the Navy. She is very active and has even written a book!
Sue & Vic – Retirement with No Problem
One of my favorite blogs – don’t miss it if you like messing about in boats, in this instance a barge. Sue and Vic are very good at keeping this blog right up to date so you can follow them day by day.
Catherine – Atypical 60
She will always make you laugh, except when she makes you cry . . .Catherine is Fun!
Bill & Debbie Lees – The TumbeLees
Join these full time RVers on their travels around the USA
Anne Price – Snowbird of paradise
An English lady writes about living in Alberta and California, and about this and that. Because she is a good writer, Anne makes “this and that” greatly interesting!
Franci – Brew ‘N Spew
Having cared for her mother, lived alone, and been married four times, Franci has more experience than most of us. She is grateful that through it all she has been able to remain self-sufficient.
Paul – Memory Issues
His positive take on caring for his wife Maureen will encourage all those caring for someone living with dementia.
In Transition to Retirement
Patricia Doyle – Retirement Transition
Follow along with Patricia as she explores her options since she took an early retirement.
Peggy Guiler – Spilt Milk
A trainer, consultant and speaker at River of Hope Foundation. Sometimes a school bus driver. Lately a bit of a tourist who has had to take a break from blogging. But she will be back!
Cathy Lynn Brooks – Not my story to tell
A Canadian author – Cathy sadly lost her daughter in a car accident and has written a book about her.
Born in 1913, Letty Evans lived 101 years
Her daughter Ann Griffin shares some of Letty’s wisdom with us . . .
Born in 1887, Harry Lamin WW1 Experiences of an English Soldier
Letters from the trenches – History as it happened
Some younger Blogging friends
Tim Clark – Life Explained – I recommend a daily dose – it will help you understand life . . .
Jackie Dinnis – Meeting my Family – mostly the ancestors.
Debz – Lemonpath – Debz has a flair for beautiful design
Whitney was Renovating at OPRF but seems to have become a fashionista!
Dr Meg – is a published writer
Anand – Absolute
Our spirtual guide . . .
Give the gift of sight – a small donation makes a huge difference in the lives of many elderly people around the world!
UK SightSavers – Give the gift of sight (UK, & USA, Italy, Sweden, Norway, India or UAE)
Fred Hollows Foundation – Give the gift of sight (Australia Only)