Over the past 2 years Albert has become a worrier. I’ve struggled to know how to help and a few months ago sought professional help. I wish I’d done it sooner.
Janetta Harvey Author, Blogger and Campaigner
Tsuki’s a family member’s Italian greyhound and he’s been with us for a month. He’s very different to what I’m used to and that’s a good thing.
An interesting interview with Dr Zazie Todd covering research into how having pets benefits people, plus more.
Inspired by Schnauzerfest’s walking prompts we’ve been exploring Hollywood film locations on our doorstep.
I’m keeping this year’s ReadAThon simple. For every book I finish I’ll donate. I am aiming for 60 books.
Normally we avoid going anywhere with crowds of people. But January in France is a great time to explore normally busy places. Like Rocamadour.
When Bella died at Christmas Mabel mourned her sister, as everyone expected. But, little did anyone know that something more sinister than grief was going on.
I spent December making adjustments, mental and practical. I’m starting the year afresh, with a crisp sense of how I’m going to use my time. Walks are essential.
I am not one for end of year round ups or new year resolutions. At least not public pronouncements. I might run through a few things in my head that I’d like to do....
When I was in the UK in September, I was treated to time with Bella. I could say that it was unexpected time. Only I didn’t like to acknowledge that then, and don’t like to say it aloud now.
I wrote this two years ago. It was minus six degrees this morning as Albert Claude and I went up the lane and round the pond in time to see the Winter Solstice sun...