A few months ago, I saw something on Face Book, which caught my attention. It was an advert to take part in ‘The Muddy Dog Challenge‘ to raise money for Battersea Dogs Home. I’d never heard of it before, but the video looked like so much fun. It’s a 5K run with your dog with obstacles and plenty of mud! Who wouldn’t want to do this?!
This was definitely my thing, doing something which looked like a lot of fun with our dogs. The 5K part? Well it’s been a long time since I’d run a 5K, I fast walk that distance regularly, but running? I’d worry about that later.
I got in touch with my two sons and it was a YES from them and my youngest niece was also interested to run it along with her boyfriend. I would run with Rosie, our collie, my eldest son would have Millie the pug, which would be interesting! My youngest son would run with his dads collie, Blue and my niece and boyfriend would run with her sisters dog, Bruno. We had a team! We signed up! Continue reading “A Family Fun Day In The Mud!”
Terri Webster Schrandt’s #SundayStills Photography Challenge
This weeks theme is…
Favourite Sports and/or Hobbies
This may be a long one, oh heck where do I start? As a child I was never still, always doing something, trying new things and I guess, as a 54 year old, nothing has changed there 😀
Drawing & Painting
My dad was a very good artist, I guess he passed that love of drawing down to me, because I have been known to sit and sketch and get totally lost in it. I particularly love to draw animals.
I love to draw animals mainly
A little sketch of Millie, our Miss Puggly
I have a diary which I started when my two boys were little, hopefully one of them will want it when I pop my clogs. I write about what’s happening in mine and my families’ lives and accompany the writing with little drawings. They’re not brilliant drawings, but I enjoy creating this book to pass on for my boys in the future. Here’s a little sneaky peek Continue reading “#SundayStills – Favourite Sports or Hobbies”
Have you ever felt life was just ticking along. All’s ok, but wouldn’t it be nice to do a few things a little differently, just take a little risk now and again, be a little impulsive to spark some excitement or jolt a little enthusiasm through your body? There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Trying new things is great for the mind, it gives your brain a re-boot, takes you away from doing the same things day in day out and you never know, you may just add something else to your life that you love or find something new that you’re good at. Being adventurous is good for the soul.
Being impulsive is exciting. Continue reading “5 Ways To Have A Re-fresh”
Lately I’ve been a little… not sure what to call ‘it‘, ‘that feeling“. I’m sure everyone’s felt it at some time? That feeling…when you’re just a little ‘out of it’, not unwell, but a little…fed up?
Is it the change of season? Am I affected by SAD, Seasonal Affective Disorder? I’m not sure, but Continue reading “7 Ways To Stop That Strange Feeling”
Over the last year I’ve made a few changes to my life. I sold my business and my house so that myself and Jon could move onto his boat, which after being on board since last October we feel totally settled and feel it was a positive move, but after things have now settled down, there is one other major change which I have noticed has taken place, mainly for myself – my fitness and my health. Continue reading “A Failed Gym Routine, Healthy Swaps & Carb Education”
For the last 3 years or so, I’ve had a little niggle in the groin area. I have generally managed to ignore it for most of the time, carrying on with my dog walking business, mountain biking, snowboarding, surfing and walking, being too busy to do anything about it and hoping it would just fix itself. Since selling my business and knowing it hadn’t just gone away, I thought I’d pop into the Doc’s to see what they had to say… Continue reading “Knocked sideways!!”