Posts Tagged ‘dogs’

Celebrate

25Apr12

* Found this post in draft on iPad – saved locally, so I completely forgot about it. Published on ANZAC Day, about Christmas Day. The celebration season has also finished. December these days just seems to be one lunch, dinner, drink, party, BBQ after another. I am not complaining at all. But it is exhausting […]


We are incredibly lucky to live so very close to Mt Ainslie (part of Canberra Nature Park). I say lucky because we didn’t really notice how close we were to the bush when we bought our house 18 years ago. I put it down to being 8 1/2 months pregnant at the time. We walk […]


272,500

30Nov10

Ha! Hey, not bad when you look at it over the month. I’ve walked approx. 272,500 steps for the month of November. I’ve had a pedometer for years now and wear it very infrequently to just keep a tab on how many steps I’ve walked for the day. You’ve probably seen all the stuff about […]


17/10/2010 Originally uploaded by KatieTT So green after all the recent rain. Memphis is like a pig in long grass. (taken up by Dickson College)


1pic1thoughtinAug 08 Sun-day Originally uploaded by KatieTT During the week we get up just after 6am, take the dogs for a walk for 30-90mins (depending on the route and motivation). Weekends I don’t sleep in as such but take a slower approach to getting up. Good thing is I open the blinds and if it’s […]


1pic1thoughtinAug 06 On a fristy, frosty morning… Originally uploaded by KatieTT     On a fristy, frosty morning… Monday to Thursday the morning walk is on Mt Ainslie (part of the Canberra Nature Park) and the dogs are on leads as it’s a nature park and there are loads of kangaroos and sometimes basking lizards. […]


Daisy started her life as Dozer in Western Samoa. A ridgeback/mastiff cross, she was named Dozer because her previous owners thought she was a boy dog and she liked to snuffle sand with her nose – like a bulldozer. My SIL was living in Western Samoa working for DFAT and bought Daisy back through quarantine (which was […]