Friday, 29 June 2012

Training Diary - Day Four

I am pleased to say I am writing this in my bedroom with Laila next to me! We are sitting on the dog cushion and I am relieved that she seems to quite like the contents of my iTunes playlists! We are just chilling to some Biffy Clyro at the moment. Today when Tracey picked me up from school we nipped across the road to register Laila with the vets, this went well and I found out that Laila was puppy walked in Liverpool which is nice.

Then we went home and went through the paper work with Mum and talked about feeding. I have to feed her twice a day at roughly the same time. So her tea time is about seven and breakfast shall be at seven in the morning. Tracey again told us how Laila is very sensitive because of the amount of change she has had in her life recently and how we shouldn't be surprised if she is restless, doesn't eat or spend because it is all stress. Laila has surprised us all by being impeccable since Tracey left: eating, spending and even sleeping like a good 'un! She and my Dog, Grace, have been playing together in the garden and at the moment everything seems very very lovely. I can't believe she is really here!






4 comments:

  1. Are you training from home? I did.
    So glad to hear everything is going well. I was registered partially sighted for 20 years but really should have had it changed after about age 12 they hoped for the best and I wouldn't admit how bad it was. I have nothing in my left and some light and colour in my right. I can read text if it's bold and 24p and above.

    I love to read, write snd campign too, however not many young people, groups etc that close to me so it's a bit lonely & limiting. Sounds like it's a lot better in different parts of the UK!

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    1. Hehe Hello ;) Just seen this comment. We are so similar, it's frightening. We even have the same middle name! Yes I did domiciliary (because I'd need someone with me at all times at the hotel which is a tad awkward!)

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  2. Laila sounds like a lovely guide dog! :) I'm so happy to hear you're getting on so well with each other.

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    1. Thank you Adriana. In a more recent post I have put that she has changed my life- sounds cheesy but its true.

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