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Doodle-A-Day 15/10/16

Watson being soppy in the kitchen this evening.

Australian Labradoodles

It's four in the morning... What is this nonsense?

They say that dogs have no real sense of time and you know, I’m starting to think that’s true. As I type this, laying awake at 4am, I have a 9 month old puppy happily chewing my toes underneath the duvet. 848 more words

Hard Goodbyes and New Beginnings

I have been a little MIA lately, but not without good reasons. This post will be a little different for me seeing as it has nothing to do with wine. 466 more words

Goodbye Charlotte, hello Des Moines ...

If you’re good at reading between the lines – and plenty of hints have been dropped in the letters the last month or so – it will come as little surprise to you that I will move from Charlotte to Des Moines as soon as the house sells. 936 more words

Writing To Adult Children

My Dying Dog and the Love that She Inspires

Firstly, you should know that my dog is the black female (and currently a little shaggier) version of Dug from Up

I wanted to properly introduce my readers to my dog Daq. 1,091 more words


Introducing a dog and a baby.

During my pregnancy I spent a lot of time wondering how our dog, Hobbs would react to the new addition to our family. He has always been spoiled with attention and whilst I knew how important it was that he knew his place I really hated the thought of him feeling pushed out. 352 more words


A Log Rolling Tortoise Tale

On an otherwise perfectly pleasant walk around Keston Ponds yesterday morning, my hoomum and her hoomfriends bravely and selflessly – nay, recklessly – nay again, crazily – attempted to rescue a “tortoise” which Tina had spotted, stranded on a not terribly substantial log which was floating in the middle of the most fetid and stagnant of  the ponds. 1,021 more words

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