Animals, Articles, Inspirational, Non-fiction

Meet Meggy, Our Dog

Meggy was rescued in a police raid at puppy farm almost four years ago. Someone from a local charity accompanied them and brought two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels back across the country where, with a group of foster parents, they were cared for. We’d had our home check and waited until a Cavi came up.… Continue reading Meet Meggy, Our Dog

Non-fiction

Enlightened Dog Training

A soulful way of communicating to your pet by master dog trainer – Jesse Sternberg Released November 23rd, 2021 by Findhorn Press in both paperback and ebook formats Cultivate Empathy, Awareness, and Confidence to Become the Peaceful Alpha Your Dog Craves There is a secret language that dogs use, and you can learn it to understand… Continue reading Enlightened Dog Training

Animals, Articles, Stories

Happy Birthday To My Girl

In Sept 2010, I lost my parents, and to help me get over the grief, my husband suggested we get a dog. He wasn’t a dog person, so this was a big thing. In early 2011 we picked up an eight year old Yorkshire terrier named Jodie. My husband adored her and soon she became… Continue reading Happy Birthday To My Girl

Articles, Book

National Thread A Needle Day

This didn't get posted on the day, so don't suppose it matters. I love craft particularly cross stitching. I threaded my needle a few days ago to start a new project from Cross Stitcher magazine. It is a bee, as you can see below, and it is a little further along now. If you want… Continue reading National Thread A Needle Day

Animals, Articles, Nature

National Pet Memorial Day

Most of us have had pets that we have loved and lost. On the 13th September is National Pet Memorial Day, and it offers you a moment to think about a pet that loved. Many of us don’t like to go there because of the sadness it can bring us. So why not use this… Continue reading National Pet Memorial Day

Animals, Articles

Lost Dogs

by Karen J Mossman In 2015 I was involved in an ill fated Round Robin. This is where a group of cross stitchers get together, choose a theme, and stitch one square each. They then pass it (post it) to the next person to stitch and eventually it arrives back with the original owner. My… Continue reading Lost Dogs

Animals, Articles

Not born an Artist, but am trying!

In the nineties, I taught myself to cross stitch because I wanted to make pretty pictures and didn't have any talent for drawing. At the beginning of the year, my WI (Anglesey Federation of Women's Institute) held a drawing course, and so I thought I would try it. Unfortunately, by the time I got to… Continue reading Not born an Artist, but am trying!

Animals, Articles, People

Life as a Dog Owner

by Karen J MossmanFrom my diary of 2011 Every day at lunchtime, I come home from work and take my Yorkshire terrier, Jodie, to the local park, Victoria Park, Stretford, in Manchester. There are two big fields and a few nooks and crannies to wander around. At lunchtime, I just walk around the perimeter of… Continue reading Life as a Dog Owner

Articles, Places, Stories

My Dogs

These two are Tilly, the Yorkie aged two and a half, and Meggy, the King Charles Cavalier spaniel, aged about eight. We got Tilly from an advert online, and Meggy came from a rescue centre having been saved from a puppy farm. Here in Anglesey we are surrounded by beaches. Both dogs taught themselves to… Continue reading My Dogs