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Dorothy Mitchell

Dorothy Mitchell

Dorothy Mitchell was a nurse by profession, and forced by adversity into business. Retiring, she'd eighty-four hours to fill each week. Without sporting or athletic ambition, not keen on coffee mornings and retired lunches, she's worked full-time voluntarily in the community. Now physically decrepit, she doesn't see well, can't drive, and is unable to be an active social entrepreneur. Large print on Kindle and Sudoku being insufficient, she decided while she can still drive a desk, she would write about ‘Old Nursing Times.' Now complete and isolated from her children, grandchildren and friends due to Coronavirus, she is writing about living in a village ‘Not on a bus route'.

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