Life and all that jazz

Lola’s 1st trip to the vets / Pets at home purchases

This is only a short post to my gorgeous monkey a well done for her vaccinations today, she hardly made any sound and even the vet said she was a brave kitty cat!! 

Lola was quick to made sure she stocked up on stacks later and I made sure that Charlie didn’t feel jealous of the (still newish) playmate in the house with a little soft toy and a new outfit for our autumnal wanders.

Everyone’s a happy bunny x 

http://www.petsathome.com There is some really funky bits and bobs in here at the mo for all animals so go and have a mooch!! X 

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Life and all that jazz

Fantastic Friday – furry friends

Ah the outdoors
Ah the outdoors
Bench shot ft. Daisy's unimpressed face
Bench shot ft. Daisy’s unimpressed face
"WHAT it's time for the vets?  NOOOO! "
“WHAT it’s time for the vets? NOOOO! “
" Do you like my new brows? Look at me human! "
” Do you like my new brows? I demand you look at me human! “

 

Hope you like these pics of Charlie and Daisy our little babies in the fam 🙂 Feel free to come up with your own annotations/ ideas about their thoughts in these photos!

Have a funky Friday everyone!!

Love,

Lottie x

Life and all that jazz

Some snippets from this week

Remember to take some time out for yourself and your health = ALWAYS 😘
Be there for others to make their world a bit brighter ✨🌞
Enjoy merriment and laughter with friends whenever possible 🌺
Some words we all need to remember 👍
Decided to treat myself to a facial cleanser 😌#selfcare
Seeing improved, more radiant skin already must try!!💪🏼
This little monkey captures my heart everyday 💕

Hope you are all having a fab week!!

Love always from Lottie X 

Life and all that jazz

10 rainy day activities

As the sing song goes  “it’s raining, it’s pouring, the old man is snoring”  I’d say this has been most apt for today’s weather in the North West! However, just because the clouds have opened and decided to have a downfall does not mean you can’t still have a fun filled day! So here are a few suggestions, if you’re twiddling your thumbs for things to do when you wake up to bouncing droplets outside your window pane! 🙂

  1. Get stuck into some baking/cooking you love – you could even drop some of your recipe off at a relatives/friends house nearby, to remind them through some delicious food you are thinking of them.
  2. Re-connect with individuals you haven’t spoken with in a while whether that’s through a letter, phone call, a meet up, e-mail etc.
  3. Make use of your creativity skills – could do some card making, create some decorations for your home, take some photos and turn them into collages, make a bird feeder, .
  4. Cut some shapes to your favourite music or on the wii to a dance set such as  https://just-dance.ubisoft.com/en-gb/home/    .
  5. Have some quality ME time if you’ve been running around like a headless quicken recently, a bit of pampering will do you the world of good!
  6. Go outside :0 just because it’s raining cats and dogs outside doesn’t mean you can’t still get out there for a wander down the lane with whoever, or pop to the shops for any extras you may need – after all it could give you the perfect excuse to treat yourself to a lovely hot bath when you get back and a nice cuppa!!
  7. Tidy up your home space ( I don’t do amazingly well at this ) but if you’re feeling super motivated for a clean and tidy then go for it, certainly wouldn’t be wasting your time.
  8. Write/read for leisure purposes or get some college/uni work done in chunks to keep your brain active and exercised throughout the day.
  9. Whip out the board games, twister moves, jigsaws and the likes, you could start a tally between family/friends who play.
  10. If you have extra family members of the animal world in your home , spend some extra quality time with them cause who doesn’t like talking to animals? 

     

     

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    So bye from Charlie (the happy chappy)  and I for today, hope you’ve had a good week and that you have a fab weekend ahead of you.

 

Lots of love for everyone, Charlotte x