I have been having problems sitting down to write anything on the Blog since my last entry mainly because I found it very hard dealing with losing Murphy, Some animals just have a bigger impact on your life than others. For several days I didn't want to even go to the llama field, even contemplated giving up the llama walks all together. Steve as always was more philosophical about these matters said that it wasn't the time to make that sort of decision and as we have lots of booking we really would just have to carry on. It is getting better every day but I still think about our gorgeous young llama.
So whats been happening here?, well it has rained a lot!, we have got very wet a lot!, we haven't done much work, we have canceled several llama walks but we are surviving.
|Cassini & Tiffany|
Very easy drive, hardly any traffic and we arrived in Emsworth about 3.5 hours later after stopping for something to eat. Friday we went to Hampton Court, it rained but it was very good and we had a lovely day although some of the show gardens looked like they needed a good go with the Strimmer, I think they call them Natural gardens, I call it long grass & weeds!
We went out for a lovely meal in the evening with my sister and brother in law, had a lovely time catching up with family news etc. After a big breakfast we set off for home about 10am we arrived back at 6.15 pm after spending most of the day trying to get through Dorset, we tried Bridport, then Yeovil and then Crewkerne, sat in lots traffic queues which weren't going anywhere, Finally managed to take some small roads across country to Beaminster going through some floods which I am sure we probably shouldn't have and finally getting back on to the A35 and home. Just in time to get changed and go out for Dinner with friends, exhausted.