Saturday, 5 March 2016


Things have been a little quiet around here recently. And things have been pretty sombre in real life too.

If you follow me on Instagram then you may have seen me post a photo of my little Jack Russell Meg recently, marking her passing. All the kind comments I received were very much appreciated, so thank you for those.

Meggy very sadly passed away last week, at the grand old age of 16, and has left us all completely heartbroken in her absence. Having had her since she was 8 weeks old, I've had Meg in my life for more than two thirds of it, and have looked after her very closely for the last few years in her old age. Needless to say, she has left a very large doggy-shaped hole in my heart.

Despite her old age, her death came really unexpectedly and the week has just felt very numb ever since. We have 2 other dogs so the house has not been completely silent but everything just feels so strange.

There are so many fellow animal lovers in the blogging community and anyone who has lost a pet will know that it's one of the most heart-breaking things. You're losing a family member, and one that relied on you to keep them safe. Animals just have a way of getting into your heart.

It didn't feel right not the mark the passing of my little furry best friend on here, but things are getting better and hopefully life will look a little brighter soon.

Sweet dreams Meggy. I hope you're off causing terrier mischief.


  1. Good night Meggy, I hope you meet my Moe up there and have lots of fun! :) xxx

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