Posted: 22/11/2017 at 07:33
There is also a new Ikea there , double enjoyment
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Do you find yourself wandering round it going 'baaa' as you have to follow the arrows (and the crowds) inexorably towards the bags of nightlight candles? Just me then.
Finally managed to get the garlic in and the dahlias up this weekend. With storms and rain forecast this week I thought I'd better stop prevaricating around the bush, as Wallace would say.
Busy L - glad your cat's come home
Clari, you're so organised. I rarely manage to get more than 4 days dog food all sorted ahead of time. Reggie is very handsome. But you know that, of course.
My broken dog had to miss his chemo yesterday because his white cell count is still too low - back to try again next week. He seems happy in himself though and he's put on a kg in 3 weeks - building up muscle basically, now he's walking regularly again. I on the other hand am hoping to lose a kg (or several) having been on enforced rest while the dog's been laid up, now that I am also walking regularly again. The month before Christmas is not the best time to diet, of course.
Christmas shopping all done - don't have many presents to buy anyway and do it all online these days. Now I just have to hope the delivery drivers actually turn up (rather than dumping things at a random neighbour in the same postcode, as they often do).
Need to get the Christmas pudding made too. I'm so disorganised this year
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Raisin - Reggie is raw fed and I prepare his meals because of course being spoilt he wouldn't eat the pre made frozen minces.
It means I can cater for his allergies easily though but as it involves tripe... Well let's just say it's best to get it over and done with monthly rather than have to repeat the experience too often!
Hope your broken hound is back on form soon. It is worrying when they're not well - have you ever noticed that they can gain muscle / loose weight so easily yet somehow we struggle?
You must have the same delivery driver as us! I've not even started the list of things for Christmas yet much less brought anyone anything. It'll be socks and gloves at this rate.