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  1. Christmas Joy past and present

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    Article by Linda Evans As an only child I remember Christmas as being surrounded by ‘old people’. My father’s strict Welsh Presbyterian family didn’t bring much joy to Christmas and my strongest memory is being made to put money in the ‘Oxfam Box’ every time I forgot to say please or thank you. I also seemed to be plagued by illness too-always in my aunt and uncle’s home. As I grew up the joy didn’t come either. Having all ‘signed the pledge’ the family didn’t take kindly to my student merriment on returning home from a Christmas Eve lunchtime ‘session’ and I was, to say the least, chastised. Happy Christmases for my daughter When my own daughter was born I went all out to ensure our Christmases were beautiful and happy,...
  2. You can do it! Age is no handicap to feeling fabulous

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    Article by Linda Evans There is a moment in your life when you feel you are becoming invisible. This happened to me when I moved to Cornwall 8 years ago. I’d always thought of myself as memorable (not being a ‘shrinking violet’ type for starters,) but people I met never seemed to remember me and as I’ve got a really good memory for faces this infuriated me and made me think I’d definitely become so middle-aged that I was no longer visible to anyone and that I’d become unattractive and plain boring. So 8 years on – I had my moment of fame and glamour when, last Sunday, I went out on stage at the Royal Albert Hall to present a charity hair show, the Alternative Hair Show, in front of 5,500...
  3. Get Up and Dance. Growing Old Disgracefully !

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    Article by Linda Evans Sitting in the bar after dinner at my Mauritian holiday hotel (and yes, I am bragging,) I couldn’t help but notice how every woman was dancing in her seat. Fruity cocktail in front of her, jiggling and swaying to the music whilst the dance floor remained empty. One lone French woman, dressed admittedly like an over-dressed belly dancer, (ie her belly was covered but she had enough coins and metal covering her that everything was swaying,) braved the small round dance floor, madly kicking her legs and jumping around, partnered by her small child. We all watched, no one moved from their seat. It was almost as if everyone disapproved. But I decided, she was the only one there who’d had a blinding night. Grow old...
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