Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Open wide

I helped my daughter out this morning by taking her cat to the vet for some stitches out.
 As i got me,handbag,cat carrier etc out of the car i somehow banged my front tooth on the corner of the door.By the time id got into the vets i realised id chipped my tooth  and by the time we got called in it was hurting.I explained to the vet what id done (mainly because i now look like a hillbilly!) and because i couldn't speak very well.
 When the vet had finished with the cat he said "lets have a look at your tooth then" I was a bit shocked but obliged.He then proceded to get a small pot of gel and rub some on my tooth."There you go" he said "That will take that pain off until you can get to the dentist.It lasts a good couple of hours.Its what we give dogs when they've a broken a tooth"
 Well i have to say its worked.I'm now pain free and going to the dentist in the morning (although i should imagine the pain will have returned by then)
 It wasn't until i got back to my daughters and was telling her what happened i realised he didn't change his gloves from examining the cat.Aah well I've probably had worse in my mouth although i don't want to know.

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

I hope your day is filled with hearts and flowers.x

Saturday, 4 February 2012

And so it begins

It started to snow around 6pm and hasn't stopped yet. The cars are struggling up the hill and the cats keep looking out of the window with a disgusted look on their faces.

Sledges are at the ready for morning.

Friday, 3 February 2012

Fingers crossed

It's been a long time in coming, but there's been a lot of talk in the last couple of days that later on Saturday into Saturday night a large part of the UK will be affected by the first widespread fall of snow so far this winter.For our region current timings bring the snow into Pennine areas early Saturday afternoon, reaching the coast late afternoon and into the evening.
The girls are really excited and the sledges,shovel and wellies are ready.
The areas affected are covered by a Met Office amber alert, shown.

Do you mind

Now about that new cat bed!