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Monthly Archives: September 2017
As a reader you are aware that puss has been suffering from a broken jaw, requiring several doses of pain killers and force feeding. As you know cats will mostly do what they want when they want to do it. … Continue reading
What has been your challenge today? Is it getting out of bed, going to work, going to school or going into hospital, to name but a few. My challenge today has been trying to get puss to eat. Not so … Continue reading
Grandchildren and I have decided that I would cook lunch at their house today. Hence the packed carrier bag. Beef, potatoes, broccoli, cabbage and for pudding pancakes. It sounds good to me. The idea is that we prepare lunch, take … Continue reading
Although I don’t see the family all the time it seems ages since I spoke to them or saw them. In truth that is not quite true. My daughter phones most days but she is still such a long way … Continue reading
Another two weeks has passed since our last meeting at my favourite cafe. The Beacon in Hursley Road. As I wandered up the path to the door I couldn’t quite believe that it was two weeks ago since I last … Continue reading