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I am so disappointed.

At this point I don’t really care if this post loses me “friends” – if you can’t allow me to have an opinion other than your own then I’m afraid we can’t be friends anyway. I’m not one for political rants or even conversations about it as I am usually totally apathetic when it comes […]

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Two Sides

Heading into winter, my favourite season of the year, there are two sides to it and I embrace both equally passionately: The Cold and Dark, and the Warm and Comfy.  I am just as happy to be out in the cold air, in a dark forest, silence thick as the snow, looking for tracks and […]

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Poor little Azzie

My poor little Azzie monster, she got herself another hot spot AND an ear infection at the same time, in BOTH ears. Thanks, Georgia summer. This hot spot was so enormous that the vet was astounded at the size of it. They had to sedate her to shave the area, and to apply all the […]

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Snippet 17

The Beast raises his shaggy haired arms with muscles twitching and sweat sliding Between his fingers twines a snake with eyes like sapphires and teeth like diamonds And pearls of venom dribble from tips of fangs and the hiss escapes like sibilant whispers Of black words and black thoughts and black deeds with shadowed wings and […]

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My favourite colour is October

Living in the Northern Hemisphere, I’ve come to appreciate the changing of the seasons in this Northerly way – October is the start of my favourite part of the year, this cooler part of the Wheel of Seasons. October is Autumn (I still call it that, and I don’t think I will ever call it […]

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Don’t believe the hype

Generally, I don’t believe the hype when it comes to “miracle pills” that will change your life and you don’t have to do ANYTHING. I feel that you have to work at everything – especially when it comes to weight loss and your health. Through my blogging connections, I got offered a “chance” to try […]

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Being a stay-at-home person

Being a stay-at-home person for most normal people is 70% awesome and 30% meh. For normal people the separation from their co-workers, and the lack of social interaction in general, causes them a great deal of misery and depression. For me, it’s not an issue. I am a solitary person. If it wasn’t for my husband, […]

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Time for another update

Time for another update I thought it was well passed time for another update, as things have happened, and changed and other things are still ticking along. Dogs are doing well – I’ve now taken all of them to St Francis Animal Hospital at one point or another in the last few weeks and I have […]

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One Year Ago Today

One year ago, today, our Odin arrived at Frankfurt airport.  He was incredibly timid and nervous and wide eyed and rather overwhelmed by everything happening around him – but he was gentle, and quite trusting and when he heard his nickname that my husband used constantly before he sent him on his way he relaxed […]

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hello eyeball hello otorhinolaryngology

Well, I’m in the mix of it again! Learning medical terms, diseases, processes, pathology, anatomy, all the systems (nervous, skeletal, endocrine and all the others) and parts that make our bodies so amazing. I find it FASCINATING! I truly do! I have to say that this course is far more interesting, and easier to grasp, […]

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