This is Moose and Belle, aka my recent dog adoptions with my boyfriend. My parents made it very clear I wasn’t getting Chief back and my boyfriend was really wanting a dog…. so this kind of happened on a whim.
How we ended up with two is still a surprise to me. Lesson learned, though. If you take time to train a dog don’t send them to your parents during boards because they might become too attached to send him back.
For those of you following this. She died alone in her room, with my grandpa, uncle, his girlfriend, my parents, myself, and my boyfriend in the other room. Her dog was with her most of the night. The funeral is tomorrow morning. I am sick as a dog and have been since Saturday morning. I don’t know when I’ll be back here regularly, but thought I’d let y'all know what’s going on.
if you could have any view from your bedroom window what would you choose?
Something like this.
what’s your favorite thing to do on a sunny day?
In the winter/cold weather i think sitting on the grass or taking a stroll. In summer going to the pool or the beach
what do you consider lucky?
When smal good and random things happen. Like finding money on the street or all the buses you have to take arrive just as you do.
what made you smile today?
My boyfriend because he’s a dork
what makes you happy?
So many things. My friends, staying in bed late, procratinating, my dog, being with my boyfriend, eating out with my parents… just moments when i feel at ease and glad that i was where i was at the time. (if this makes any sense xD)
It’s been a weird year. Looking back a year ago, I’d have never imagined myself where I am today. I was on track for a third year of A Levels, still plagued by a fatal combination of chronic illness and chronic bleakness, with no real motivation for the future. I was depressed, bored, and frustrated.
In twelve months, I’ve fallen in love, started university, and learnt a few important life lessons. There have been some disappointments along the way. Sure, I’m not at Cambridge. But instead, I’m at the university ranked sixth for politics in the UK, and it’s on my doorstep. I’m not independent, but I’m able to see my mum and (arguably slightly more importantly) my dog every single day. My social life is still limited to my boyfriend, my parents and my dog, but my priorities currently lie elsewhere. Get better first, make friends second. Compared to this time last year, I’m happier, my health is more consistent, and I can see a future for myself. 2015 has treated me well.
I consider myself a veteran studyblr. In the past twelve months, I’ve seen our relatively small community flourish and thrive into a massive network of like-minded, determined individuals who never fail to supply a dedicated support network.
And for that, I thank you all. A very happy, healthy and successful 2016 to all.