It was my partner’s youngest son’s birthday at the weekend and one of the presents I gave him was a book I made just for him. We’re still self-isolating (10 weeks since we left the house!) and at the time I had the idea, I wasn’t sure how easy it would be to get hold … Read the rest
This time 10 years ago, I was getting really excited – despite being poorly – about travelling to Lewes, which is widely regarded as one of the best places in the country to celebrate Bonfire Night. I loved fireworks and I made the annual pilgrimage to Sussex for several years during my twenties, and … Read the rest
Everyone’s talking about seagulls at the moment. Well, seagulls and the heatwave. And the fact we’ve just got a new Prime Minister. But mostly seagulls.
Every summer lots of people, especially those in coastal areas like Torbay, grumble about seagulls. They’re generally referring to herring gulls, who are renowned for scattering litter and stealing chips.… Read the rest
A Dog’s Journey, the sequel to the heart-warming film A Dog’s Purpose, is released in the UK on Friday (May 3). Unsurprisingly, it looks from the trailer like it’s going to be pretty similar to the first film. Watching it will undoubtedly be a popular choice for people looking for something to do over the … Read the rest
Ruby sticking her tongue out at the ‘no dogs’ sign
It’s the 1st of April, a date met with gloom in our household and it has nothing to do with April Fool’s Day. It means that for the next six months, dogs are banned from some of our favourite local beaches.
Just as the … Read the rest
Source: I had a black dog, his name was depression https://youtu.be/XiCrniLQGYc
A mate recently changed her social media profile picture to an image of someone being held down by a large black dog.
This was her way of letting her friends and family know that she was struggling with depression, and we were able to … Read the rest