Hope you have no fog this morning, glad to say it's lifted where i live.
I'm so sorry but I wasn't trying to give you more grief. I am trying to say that I admired what you said and shall try to keep my pecker up when feeling "off".
I go to a day centre twice weekly and that always makes me laugh. It's because I'm the youngest there as everyone else is at least 20 years older than me. I find that if you listen to these people, they have lived very interesting Iives. Take Sid for instance. He is 95 now but when he was young, he was a boxer and in later life, he was a very well respected referee. He refereed fights in this country and in the USA, , working with people like Mohammed Ali.
Even some of the volunteers are older than me! They all have hearing aids but still can't hear me because I have a quiet voice due to the PD and as loud as I try to speak, they still can't understand me! I spend my time there doing my painting, although I could join with the discussion group, play cards or join the choir AND do keep fit!. We buy lunch and they have a professional entertainer in the afternoon. It also gives my husband a chance to go to play Bowls.which he has recently taken up.
Anyway keep as well as you can and look foreword to speaking to you again.
with best wishes