Monday, 30 January 2012
We got our property just over 2 and a half years ago, from the onset we have noticed that all is not well, even thought the survey report looked good for the age of the property its self, but we had our doubts, but we went by what the report said, and accepted his findings.
Sunday, 22 January 2012
For the past week I been waking up pain free and happy to go on long walks with Obi, but this morning was the first time in over a week, I felt like someone had jumped up and down on my leg and hip, it takes a fair amount of time to get moving, lucky Obi just wants to cuddle up this morning its been raining, even he don’t like the rain must be all that hair on my hippy dog.
Saturday, 14 January 2012
I and Obi are getting around as each week goes by we are finding new places to explore in our little bit of the Essex countryside, one day if this nice weather keeps up I plan to walk to Sawbridgeworth which is if you go by the tracks and down back lane is only around 4miles distant.
Saturday, 7 January 2012
It’s been quite very quite, other than Obi has made a few new friends over the fields; I have changed my direction as part of getting a bit more out of the village I live in. The village hall has a small playing field which leads to public pathways all the way over to the M11 which cut Sheering in two, along the muddy paths well worn and many paw marks, leads to a small bridge which has been used by the farmer’s cars, or 4x4s. On one of the walks Obi met Samuel a brown Lab, only One year old adolescent, full of beans and very friendly, the day after he met Wolfe and Sabar two very large dogs I don’t know the breeds but I bumped into them once over the field and nearly crapped myself they came towards me and Obi and I had to back track back over the field and took Obi home but today for the first time it was only Wolfe who was running around wild. He came up to us, and Obi took to him almost immediately, and became friends the owner of Wolfe was shouting for him but he was having none of it and decided to go walk about by himself, we made our way over to the playing field next to the village hall, and Wolfe decided to join us and wanted to come home with me and Obi, I ended up having to grab Wolfe by his collar and wait till the owner came up to retrieve him.