Had lunch with our Glenora, and her Mum, today, then spent a lovely few hours chatting and visiting touristy places like Callanish. Was lovely to see them
That's because they were talked off years ago....Stop mutilating mechs and start babbling!! You could talk our ears off here instead ... ... oh wait, smileys don't have ears ...
That did cross my mind as wellHooray!
I am reminded of Granny Weatherwax and her sign, gripped to her chest...
I believe one can do an online course on dog grooming.That did cross my mind as well
John, fortunately not, he looks more like a slightly shaggy teddy bear, or lamb at the moment
We don't really hold with stupid cuts for him and aim for practical, hence he's being done with a number 7 blade pretty much all over, we've only managed his torso so far but it's turning out to be much easier than we'd feared (we only bought the clippers recently as the guy we'd been taking him to moved out of the area).
One thing I have learned is that with dog/animal clippers it certainly pays to get a decent brand - the WAHL ones Argos etc sell seem to be mainly repackaged cheap human ones and when we tried the WAHL pet sets in the past he really protested and they just didn't work (they constantly jammed), whilst the one we ended up getting after some research has swappable blades with different ones for different breeds/types of fur (and can apparently be used for horses, and cattle - although I don't think I'm likely to need to do any of them).
I'm hanging onto the fur to put out in the spring for the birds, as I suspect the multitude of tits, finches and other birds that we get might like it for nesting.