A bit of a bumpity bump in the hallway first, wondering what the noise on the wall was all about. Not bad for having Muffin’s Halo on for just half an hour …..A few wobbly steps around the house and a cursory inspection by the cats and then Priscilla emerged from the front door. Her… Continue reading PRISCILLA’S SPECIAL DAY
Visual aids for blind dogs
Priscilla is my little Maltese. She is adorable to say the least You would not know by looking at this photograph that Priscilla is blind. Prissy went blind over approximately 4 days in April this year (2015). Prissy has SARDS, Suddenly Acquired Retinal Disintegration Syndrome. Even though the eye specialist said she has no… Continue reading LIVING WITH A BLIND DOG
Dead easy in reality ….. Take up bead embroidery! This way of life has become a passion for me in the past two years. I took up bead embroidery as a way of trying to cure my dyslexia. I thought with all those pesky little beads needing counting (and recounting ……), I would lick that problematic… Continue reading A BEAD EMBROIDERER’S GUIDE ON HOW TO GO MAD BEFORE YOUR TIME …..
This article is really a continuation of the mail order roses article. Whilst my rose selection was meticulously considered before laying out cash via the mail order system, I had not considered a lesser known aspect to rose health that is common in this part of the world. Lime induced chlorosis sounds rather nasty, doesn’t… Continue reading LIME INDUCED CHLOROSIS
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