Category Archives: Pintrest

There’s a fine line between genius and crazy



A jar full of happiness


I saw this on Pintrest the other day and thought what a wonderful idea!!

A jar full of happy memories that you can look back on and relive all over again!!

Next year is going to be a good year I can just sense it!! My babies are starting high school, Georgie is going to be in year 10, hopefully he will get a job and will also be getting his learners permit, Stephen and I along with my brother and sister are planning a wonderful holiday overseas to gorgeous Italy, my nephew will be going to the university of his choice to study, we have two 50th birthdays and a sweet sixteen. There will be plenty of opportunities to fill that jar to the brim with good memories. I can hardly wait to get started.

Only 23 sleeps till Christmas!!!!



I stumbled across Barkbox yesterday while scrolling through Pintrest and was instantly intrigued and of course had to share. What a wonderful idea indeed. For a not too extravagant fee one can now arrange for a box full of treats to be delivered on a monthly basis for the family dog.

Imagine the surprise, the joy, when this box of goodies arrives. From what I was able to see you can choose what you would like to have included in your monthly Barkbox, that way your beloved pet will never get bored.

The company offer free shipping and 10% of sale goes towards an animal rescue group. It’s definitely worth finding out more that’s for sure.


The Dog who came back from the dead

The Dog who came back from the dead


The amazing recovery of Patrick the Pitbull after he was dumped in the rubbish.

Patrick’s original owner left the dog tied up to a railing for 7 days before somebody dumped his dying body in the rubbish. When he was rescued Patrick was starving, and had been subjected to months, possibly a lifetime of horrific abuse.


After weeks of emergency measures which included a transfusion of three pints of dog blood, a special diet, medicine and physical therapy, Patrick began to gain weight and eat solid food.


Patrick has received hundreds of letters, emails, donations and gifts by those inspired by his tale of survival.

This story appeared on Pintrest yesterday, but occurred last year. How anyone could ever be so cruel is beyond me.