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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2011 12:35 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Leonard James wrote:
floopowder wrote:
Leonard James wrote:
Hi Roses,

Yes, it does surprise me that none of my companions of yesteryear seem to appear. They don't even have email, which is a shame for it is so much easier to keep in touch than by snail mail.


My Dad had bought a computer in his mid 70s and used it until a year before his death at 83. He had a lively mind almost until the end because he kept it stimulated.

I am convinced that an active mind and a happy disposition are the best weapons to keep the scythe-man at bay!


It doesn't always work of course, but generally speaking keeping your mind active is going to help a lot.

I know two ladies in the 90s who are as with it as they were years ago and still try to get out and about and do things. However I know very well an 87 years old who does nowt apart from driving the family crazy, and is losing it in consequence!
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2011 1:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

floopowder wrote:

It doesn't always work of course, but generally speaking keeping your mind active is going to help a lot.

I know two ladies in the 90s who are as with it as they were years ago and still try to get out and about and do things. However I know very well an 87 years old who does nowt apart from driving the family crazy, and is losing it in consequence!

True, Roses! I think it all boils down once again to being lucky or unlucky in the genetic lottery. I am very fortunate!

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