Friends, where would we be without them? I am fortunate to have maintained contact with friends from over the years, we have a shared history that cannot be replicated. It is wonderful to be able to catch up and share stories, reminiscing about our youth and the fun we’ve had.
One of the nicest things about living at Westhill Park is the company. At home I would chat away on the phone for hours with family and friends, but it isn’t quite the same as sharing a cup of tea or a cheeky glass of wine and putting the world to rights.
As we age it becomes more difficult to take part in activities that were once a huge part of our lives. As you get older you become less confident in your own abilities, feel a little vulnerable even. I have always had a wide circle of friends, they have seen me through the ups and downs of my life, and I am grateful that I still get to see them, but I am equally grateful for the new friends that I’ve made, the people whose paths I must have crossed living here in Kettering but had never met until now.
We spend hours chatting, we are learning new skills together and practicing old ones. It really is a wonderful thing to have so many like-minded friends just outside the front door.