A place to chat ‘one to one’ with other Silversurfers community members. If you wish you can add other members to your chat for a lively discussion amongst the safe environment of the Silversurfers community.
I’m alone, I have no family support or friends.
I’m sad to think that I have two neighbours both know that I’m alone and disabled yet not one of them has even put a note through my door to ask if I’m ok , what happened to community support!!
Has Scotland just decided to look after number one??
I would appreciate it if I just had someone to talk to 😢
Hello all, I am new! Never joined a chat site before. Am looking for people to chat with from near and far!
It is understandable that everyone is a little unsettled! With this virus here and abroad, we all need to feel comfort and reassurance! I
know everyone feels a little bit alone, not being able to get out like before. I am glad for this chat room.
By the way, we are going to get through this! Together from miles apart! I am here to listen, if you want to talk!
I bought a new pack of fairly expensive clothes pegs last month hoping to peg out my laundry when the weather improves only to find that each one I have tried to use has snapped in half!
Not only a waste of money but extremely frustrating.
I'm sure, like me, many of you have bought lots of useless objects over the years, whether expensive or cheap, big or small, it would be lovely to hear your stories. Melina :)
Hi. Not sure if I am in the right place, or even if I should be here?
I have only just joined so this is more of a hello than anything. I live in Kent, and male, just in case my username confuses you? Am married, but at times I feel lonely? Does that make sense?
My life revolves around work and walking at weekends, sometimes along sometimes with friends. Walking is my escape if you know what I mean.
Anyway, enough moaning. if you fancy replying, it would be great to hear from you
So - why did you choose your online name here? (if it's not just your own name)
I have just realised how poncy mine is - a perfect number is one whose factors (other than itself) add back to the original number. So, 1+2+3=6, 1+2+4+7+14=28.
Mathematicians should not be allowed out on their own!