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I started this blog to try to combat the loneliness that can creep up on those of us who are a little older (I am in my 70s).
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My morning started with a very early walk with my daughter and her dog Luna. Not the best walk but certainly entertaining. Luna mostly wanted to be dragged along the wet grass and attack Trudy, playfully. When I returned home … Continue reading
In the early hours of the morning, Trudy decided she really wanted to go for a wee. Up, glasses on, dressing gown on and then we opened the door. I had completely forgotten that I had an outside light which … Continue reading
Glenda and her dog Lottie popped over for lunch on Sunday. I hadn’t appreciated how hot it was going to be and I had prepared spaghetti bolognese for lunch followed by pancakes. I did cheat where the pancakes were concerned. … Continue reading
Met up with my daughter who was in a tizz as she had lost her purse. Went to investigate her house again, phoned a local shop to see if she had left it there. No joy. We ladies carry so … Continue reading
Trudy seems to be more like her old self today, following visit to the vets. The vet understood why I had removed the collar, as it was the only thing that I could think of that was different in her … Continue reading