Well the next thing involves our dog Coco. I’ve been talking about it since we got her and we finally did it. We introduced her to the ocean and I went swimming with her. The hardest part of this exercise was finding a dog friendly beach where we currently are. Most of the beaches are… Continue reading #5 – 50 things for 50 years
Tag: german shepherd
In search of a good campsite!
Now that we have upgraded the caravan and the tow vehicle, we are spending a bit of time trying to locate good campsites in our area. We are planning a two-week adventure in March so are looking for campsites that help us test things in the van and iron out any issues before we head… Continue reading In search of a good campsite!
New Year – New Adventures
We were off grid for the last few days. We’ve decided on an upgrade for the caravan so took our little 90s series out for its last trip. The night sky in New Years Eve was so pretty. We didn’t miss fireworks at all. What more could you want. Started 2023 just the way we… Continue reading New Year – New Adventures
Were you expecting something deep and meaningful? Introducing Coco and Lilith. They want my food! It's hard work eating under this intense scrutiny!!
Bang. Crash. Fixed.
This was definitely not the case on Monday! But fast forward to Wednesday night and Lilith redeemed herself. Lilith is visiting. She’s still learning the ways of this house and Monday she was a little bit over enthusiastic when barking at another dog walking past. The blind fell. The two and a half metre black… Continue reading Bang. Crash. Fixed.
I’ve decided that babysitting an over enthusiastic 11-month-old German Shepherd is harder than a toddler. Our beautiful Coco who is 20 months old now is starting to settle down and not be as reactive. She was never like Lilith. Our boy is away for work trips, so we have been tasked with looking after Lilith… Continue reading Babysitting Lilith
Why a midlife reset?
My 20’s and 30’s are a blur of babies and growing children. All the responsibilities that follow these momentous occasions. The raising a child phase is intense and all encompassing. The year 2021 saw the last of our five children spread their wings. The house felt like an empty place. Col and I were lost. … Continue reading Why a midlife reset?