Monday, September 29, 2008

It's been a month..........

And my poor blog has been neglected!!!! In my defense, I have been on holiday for a fortnight. Not much knitting has been going on over the past month, a little secret knitting, but nothing excting that I can blog about.
Gilraen sent me this award last month, thanks very much for that, and apologies at my snail pace response to it.

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In return, I'd like to pass on the award to the following bloggers!

Rebecca
Sarah
Sue
Yarnsnob
Angie

Poor scooby has been unwell since we got back off holiday, and had a short stay in the veterinary hospital. Problems with his back they eventually decided, although they didn't seem to really get to the bottom of it. He seems ok now, so fingers crossed its just been a one off thing. Trying to get a great dane down a flight of stairs and into the car when he can't walk is no easy task...... we should have a plan in place really!!!!!
Hopefully some knitting content next time:-)

8 Comments:

Blogger Aknita said...

I'm so pleased you had a good holiday.

I'm also so relieved that Scooby wasn't seriously ill although I can relate to back problems only too well :-(

10:56 AM  
Blogger gilraen said...

Fingers crossed for Scooby that it's all over now :)

You are welcome and I know you needed that holiday :)

6:26 PM  
Blogger Mrs J said...

Thank you! I hope that Scooby is on the mend!

3:55 PM  
OpenID belaybunny said...

Get well soon, Scooby ;)

9:13 AM  
Blogger Rebecca said...

Thanks for the award!

Hoping Scooby gets back to normal soon, poor guy!

12:06 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

Thank you so much for the award - hugs for you and for Scooby - hope all stays well now.

11:18 AM  
Blogger clarabelle said...

Oh no, sorry to hear about Scooby... this is why I can't have a pet anymore (according to Igor) - I get too attached. But I want one still!

And well done, bloggers!

10:54 PM  
Blogger TutleyMutley said...

Hey, S! I just noticed your bump!
Congrats -and how are the birth plans going? Have you seen this cartoon? http://www.mama-is.com/the-birth-story-of-ean-campbell/
T'was an unassisted birth (which is truly brave (but then, if I was in parts of the USA trying to have a baby, I might even consider it!) but I imagine a midwife sat in the corner knitting - vigilantly!

1:12 AM  

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