Stella the Staff’s Summer diary, the diary of a thirteen year old staffy

Not a great week. early on at least for Stella’s Summer Diary Hey guys you all know about Stella,  my almost thirteen year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. I thought i would give you an extract from her Summer Diary Well it has been a pretty torrid week for her, and us! She did not eat …

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Breeding Fear of Dogs

Carrying on from last post Staffordshire Bull Terrier. I want to relate a couple of anecdotes to you.  I’m hoping you will share to the world. Also please comment and share your own similar story. Anecdote 1 Get that F******g thing away The first piece is from facebook. Its author has given me permission to share it, …

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Sins of the past, kicked out of I’m a celebrity

I am not going to debate the rights and Wrongs of Racism or Homophobia. I ask the question, why punish someone for past sins? Fact, with Maynard, ITV knew all about him as a candidate.  Surely they did research into his You Tube channel. You Tube is after all becoming a large influence on the …

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The Fireworks Month 

The big kid in me loves the fireworks but the dig owner hates how long they go on for. This year November 5th was on a Sunday so organised displays had 3 days or nights to be pedantic to impress and from what I have seen on Social media the displays were certainly amazing. However …

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Icy cold sunday morning walk 

Icy cold morning It’s Sunday morning 7am and I’m out with Stella. Apart from the full moon the sky is clear, not a single cloud to be seen. It’s also Icy seriously Icy. I’m wishing I had grabbed my gloves as Jack is definitely biting at them today. Mersea Rd is unusually busy for a …

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In the Aftermath of Ophelia 

There’s a lot on my Facebook feed about Ophelia the storm, the weather men were uncertain which way it was going to go, but my feed says that the local area, on the East of the UK saw some strong winds last night. Ophelia When I walked Stella yesterday, there was an orange hue to …

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From small acorns large oak trees grow 

Blogging History When I started blogging some 3 or 4 years ago, on fromhelltoeternity little did I expect to enjoy it, writing from the heart as it flowed, rather than thinking about it, filtering out things, it was honest That was a proverbial small acorn planted, I read as a wrote I read others blogs and began …

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Indian Summer my arse

Well it’s a week or so since my Indian Summer post, I  couldn’t have been more wrong. Today the summer‘s fans go back on the loft and whilst I’m up there I’ll move the Christmas decorations nearer the hatch. As Stella and I begin our Sunday morning trek the heaters are both on in the …

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Why do apps help motivation and achievement 

The most recent app added to this page on my phone is active 10, aiming to get users moving for 10 minutes above their normal pace. It’s visual markers of success are simple and motivation and achievement is inspired as you simply to see the light green panel turn darker, twice a day for me at …

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Pending doom in the beauty 

Walking Stella this morning I’m struck by the the infinite amount of Spiders webs look beautiful in the morning dew. There beauty is enhanced by the sinister pending doom of every strand of their existence. Glistening in morning sunlight waiting for an unsuspecting creature on the wing to send signals of their pending doom, their …

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