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Tuesday, 05 February 2013



You look great! As a fellow invalid for several months (I hyper extended my knee, spent 3 days on crutches and I'm on month 5 of limping, though it is getting less noticeable) I can empathise with your pain, both physically and metaphorically.

Bravo on your outfit! Keep up the good work.

Women's Clothing

This is perfect for a fashion styles for women that long last.
She looks beyond Gorgeous.The hair is fab and so is her make up. Lovely Jacket!!


A few years ago you used to mention your own two dogs on the blog (longtime reader here! Althought a first time commenter) - what happened? Do you think you'll ever have your own dogs again?

Kingdom Of Style

Wow you have been reading a long time! Sadly we had to rehome our dogs. We tried so hard to take care of them, but with both of us working it wasn't fair on the dogs. But giving them up was, and will remain, the hardest thing I've ever had to do. I still cry about it even now. I have never known heartache quite like it.
I doubt I'll ever own another dog, unless there is a time where I can work from home. Plus, I don'tthink I could ever replace the ones I had.


Aww no, that's so sad! I guess it happens to a lot of people, we've turned down jobs/moves because of ours, luckily my husband is freelance though so our little chap is pretty happy. I can't imagine how that must feel for you, though.

One thing we have used is dogsitters/walkers or friends to look after our dog on the rare occassions when one of us isn't at home - he loves having an adventure, and they haven't been too expensive! Although your dogs are irreplaceable, I hope one day you manage to have some in your life again - maybe with the aid of such things. :)

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