Friday, 27 June 2014


I have a little dog.
She is a good dog, at times she can be a little needy but has never really given me an any trouble whatsoever.  She has settled into her new home and seemed very comfortable.  As you know I went away for a few weeks, she is an inside dog so we made her a home in the laundry (it's a nice light laundry with a lovely view of the back paddock).  So the first few days my family nicknamed her Houdini as when they got home each night she greeted them at the front door, she managed to find a way out.  So they worked out her secret and I don't think she was very happy.
They came home one night and found she had chewed up my daughters cane laundry basket! 
The mess was cleaned up and the next day she did this..
Had a little chew on the heater cord but she decided she would punish them a little more for leaving her in the laundry so she did this..
Chewed the cord right off the heater, right through, all the way!!  Luckily the heater was not plugged in at the time.
As you can see she is back on the couch and much happier.

Sunday, 1 June 2014


Today I did this..
Packed my suitcase.  Tomorrow I an off for a three week break (doesn't look like much in the case does it?).  Yes I am leaving hubby, children and grand children behind to fend for themselves!!
Now before you email, yesterday I got a talking too from one of my dearest friends, an 83 year old Italian lady who is no bigger than a button.  She was so funny telling me about her friend who came to Australia for a visit and when she got home hubby had taken off with someone else but she ended her story telling me she would keep an eye on my husband for me.  Boy did I laugh, this tiny dynamo can get fired up when she isn't pleased so my hubby had better be on his best behaviour lol.
So let's check I'm ready to go.  Bag packed check, money check, Tilda gift for next swap ready check, Name down for Santa Sack Swap check - well all the important things are done so I must be good to go. 
I will miss hearing from my blugging buddies.  Talk to you in three weeks.