Lex has been a member of his Rotary Club since 1988, and was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship a couple of years ago. Last night was his Club's annual Changeover, and I was invited along, as is the custom for partners of members. All was going well, until after the roll-call of the new committee. They then called me up to the top table and awarded Lex an honorary membership in recognition of his years of service. I even got a lovely bouquet of flowers! He would have been so proud of the award. I will tell him about it, but I doubt that he will take it in. I had a ring from the nurse at the Care Home this morning to tell me that there was an issue with Lex. Before panic could set in, she said - but it's not of his making. Apparently one of the female patients has taken a shine to him. He doesn't show any willingness on his behalf, but she follows him everywhere and tries to kiss him. I don't really know what to think, but smiled inwardly when the nurse said she has a history of doing this, and she is in her 90's . What a cougar They are keeping an eye on all the goings on, but I am pleased that they have noted it and have informed me. What a merry life he is living now.