About Me: Female, 73, Whitney Point, NY, member since Feb 2012
69 year old female retired LPN worked mainly with hospice and home health visits. am a widow since 1998 got myself a nice boyfriend years later and he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease. He died ..I presently live alone in my own home, with 2 dogs and
[More] a few cats, 2 birds and i feel pretty good at the present moment. I like to cook for my neighbors on both sides of me because they "keep an eye on me" i like to sleep late and go to bed very late sometimes the next morning...I dislike liars or people who exaggerate to extremes, I like to read news online and participate on blogs.I am sort of reclusive, but i do go to walmart usually late at night or around suppertime to avoid crowds..That's about it. I write to a number of people rather than go visit them since some are out of state and Idecorate stationary and envelopes.
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