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Thursday, 30 August 2007

Play fighting and Bitey Face after their bath.

It was baths all round on Saturday.Ludo and Bramble both needed a good bath. Ludo made sure he dried himself of on the brand new leather suit.

I love watching ludo after a bath he tends to tuck butt around the place at the speed of light.

Thursday, 23 August 2007

The Thuglets

Teddy looking cute
In the kitchen eatting

ludo laying down

Webster and holly

Ludo and Holly


HI My name is Ludo, Im the cool dude with the sun glasses on. I've got some good friends that I have visited in England twice. There names are The Thuglets. Ellie is the oldest,then Webster,Dorcus, Holly, Cora and not forgetting Teddy(the Rocketman).I enjoyed playing with them in there garden. They have a agility course which I had a go on it was brill. I stayed out late in the garden, While Caz,Chris and William enjoyed great food and wine in the Kitchen with Kaz and Alan who look after the thuglets.We had a great time at there house and we were sad when we had to leave. These are a few pics of my friends the thuglets.

Wednesday, 22 August 2007

Birthday Boy

Today was Chris's birthday. He had to go to work as usual I tried to make a effort to get up with him at 6.30 and make a birthday cup of tea but accidentally on purpose fell back to sleep.
I managed to open a eye to give him his card and pressies and then off he went to work and I rolled over for a half hour kip before I had to get up to put lilly in the field and Muck her out,then take Ludo for a walk.
When I got back from the stables I clean up around the house and got a flask ready to take back to the yard, where the farrier was doing all the horses feet.He had 8 horses to do today, so I thought a nice flask of coffee would keep him going and he was going to trim Lillie's feet too. Always good to keep the farrier sweet. After dropping lunch off to William, he was working in the NAAFI shop all day, I made my way back home to do Chris's lunch.
This afternoon I decided to bake a birthday cake, which started off ok, got the mixer out of the cupboard and dusted the cobwebs off, don't think that's been out of the cupboard for a year. Then found the only thing I had to bake the cake was flour. I bribed Emma to go to the shops for some caster sugar and marg. When the rest of the ingredients had arrived I made two cakes which I wedged together with some jam. I had to glue it together as I had a accident when getting it out of the tin, it split in half and then a big chunk amazing managed to somehow go in my mouth,hahahahahahahah Tasty. So I filled the whole in with Jam and no one knows any different. Here is a photo of the Birthday cake.

Tuesday, 21 August 2007

Places I have lived

I've lived in different places all round England and Northern Ireland but the best place I have lived is Osnabruck Germany.
I was born in Cardiff Wales, and live there until I was five. Due to my dads job we moved to Southampton as he worked in customs and excise. After Southampton we moved to Weymouth, Dorset where I spent most of my teen age years, great place if you like sea and sand. I had my first pony then and enjoyed a lot of horse riding on the beach.Then after seven years, up we went again and off to Biggin Hill in Kent, we only lived here a short time but this was where I was reacquainted with my husband to be Chris.We moved then to Peterborough which was a very brief stay maybe a year, can't remember.Then Chris asked me to marry him and off to Tidworth we went. This was a army posting and we stayed here 9 months until we moved to Germany

We lived in Berlin about 2 years in 1986 before the wall came down that was a experience. We used to go over to East Berlin. To me then it looked very drab, sad and depressing. We would eat in the restaurant's over there, and people would be queueing to get a table, but when the waiters saw that we were British soldiers, as our husbands had to ware uniform when visiting East Germany, we would get ushered to the front of the queue. As they knew new that we would be able to tip generously being in the army. I always felt bad about this, as there was not a lot of money in the east and it looked as if we were getting special treatment which did not seem fair. I remember watching families that had been spilt up by the divide of the wall shouting and waving to each other over the wall and no mans land. I was surprised to see crosses on the west side in no mans land where people had died trying to escape over the wall from the east. It was quite moving to see this as it brought it home to me that the war had been so real.
More to follow....................
In 1987 we had our first baby Emma She was born in the Berlin Military Hospital. This Hospital was for all service personnel and one Floor was isolated for Hess, he had this complete floor to himself.
When he was ill he was escorted to BMH by who ever was guarding him in Spandau prison as the British,Russians and Americans would take it in turns to guard the whole of the prison even though he was the only one there. Hess did die when we were in Berlin and the Prison was shortly pulled down. We left Berlin in 1989 and it was not that long before the wall came down and families and friends were reunited after such a long time of being apart.
More to follow..............

After Berlin we moved to Northern Ireland, in the heat of the troubles. We lived in Bally Kelly which was just a camp on the main road between Belfast and Londonderry.
Even though we were at risk living here, life in Ireland was no different to anywhere else we had lived. The only difference was you had to be aware all the time, this meant checking under your car before you got in and making sure you did not throw anything away with your name and address on. My husband had to leave work different times, never a routine and always ware his civi clothers, not his army uniform.
We tried to live our lives as we would anywhere else.

After Northern Ireland we moved to Caterrick, we lived here for about 6 years. William came along in Catterick but because my husband was in Belize, I decided to go and stay with my parents in Eastbourne. William was born in Eastbourne and luckily Chris arrived home just in time. Life in Catterick was not very eventful and we found it very wet and cold.

Are next posting was Ternhill in Shropshire. We moved into army quarters but because my husbands time in the army was finishing, we decided to look for a house in Market Drayton, a small market town not Far from Tern hill.
More to come..........

Once we had bought our new house and both the children were in full time school, I started to work for a small cleaning business called Squeaky Clean. After a couple of months the people decided to sell the business and offered it to me. I took on the business with 5 employee's and set to make our client list bigger. After 2 years we had 25 clients which included,a manor house, small domestic houses, a small catering company, factory offices, builders cleans, and also the contract for all the empty quarters in TernHill and Leak.
Unfortunately I had to finish the business when Chris had a brill offer to join the long service list and we were then posted again to Sandhurst Academy. This meant that we could carry on in the army until he is 55.

We moved to Sandhurst and Chris became The Band Coordinators meant he looked after all the bands that came to do their tour,in the Academy. He also had quite a few other jobs, so he worked very hard.
I spent most of the time working in the Polo yard, which I loved and met lots of royal people.
We lived there for 4 years and we were then told are next posting was Osnabruck Germany.

We have now been living here nearly 3 years and love it. We have a good lifestyle with plenty of social life.We spend a lot of time eating out, looking after and breaking in our nearly 4 year old Lilly,walking our dogs and lots of bike rides. Our life is like a permanent holiday. Life can't be any better with, with our family Friend's and animals around us.