Senior senior woman meeting
Ruth Wilson, at the age of A retired teacher, Wilson celebrated her nd birthday in March, around the time she got hit badly with the viral infection.
Though she has always had a hardy constitution, overcoming COVID was not an easy matter for Wilson, who was hospitalized for two weeks at Greenwich Hospital this spring.
A week rehabilitation followed. And I had to learn to walk all over again.
Since returning to her home, Wilson has been taking regular walks around her apartment complex — and enjoying the feeling of fresh air after months of confinement indoors. Wilson worked as a teacher at Cos Cob School, where she taught kindergarten and first grade for 28 years until retiring in Well into her senior years, Wilson has been taking classes at Norwalk Community College, serving in leadership positions at the Diamond Hill United Methodist Church, volunteering with Meals on Wheels and taking a position on the Representative Town Meeting.
A lifelong learner, she is also an old hand at new media and technology, as well.
The retired teacher is a regular user of social media, catches up on the news headlines every morning on her mobile device and checks in with fellow seniors at the Senior senior woman meeting Senior Center on Zoom calls.