Finally have got back on here. Tuesday evening my computer decided to start playing up. Firstly I thought it was the heavy rain fall causing connective problems with the internet. I have been unable to access my Yahoo email account or my website. Could get on each but was not responding. Narrowed it down to a problem with Internet Explorer and have set new defaults for my emails etc and have finally got back on here via Google Chrome.
I have over the last couple days run every possible scan etc through my computer cleaning it to within an inch of its life and have found nothing untoward. I am no computer buff in fact the total opposite but most times I figure out the problem eventually (I think I know what's wrong, just got to figure out how to sort it out) or as in the case at this time go around it.
Primrose and pups are now 5 days old and as you can see from the photos growing and thriving. Primrose is back fully bright after birth, with me arriving back from milking Tuesday evening. My husband said "She heard the other dogs excited greeting me as I got home and jumped up wanting to leave her pen and also greet me." Nice to see her do this as a sign she is getting her energy back after the birth.
Short blog tonight as have had this computer problem bugging me today and this afternoon had a massive baking session with the children for a cake stall for school tomorrow I'm feeling a bit worn out. Who ever said "Many hands make light work" did not know my children, as their many hands make a mighty fine mess but although the kitchen ended up finely dusted with a coat of flour and icing sugar and with more chocolate chips going into their mouths than in the cakes, we did enjoy ourselves and tomorrow my children will go to school armed with their pound coins and buy most of our cakes back. Lol
28/9/2012 02:36:18 pm
Ah Jane they look soooo tiny & ever so sweet!!!! Glad all is going well & I see you are still as busy as ever. Who said a womans work is never done lol :-) xx
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Me (Jane) with Puddin' and Teagol, waiting patiently to flush a patch of kale, December 2019
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