A nice coffee break at Taxinge Castle in July.



My husband’s grandson, Victor 1 years old here, he is now approaching his second birthday in December.

Money – I am saving

by picking my own blueberries (and a few lingonberries too). It is relaxing and gives you exercise as well, going for long walks in our woods, just around the corner.

It’s been a fantastic year for blueberries this year, probably because of all the rain we’ve had and combined with a fair bit of sunshine and warm weather in between.


This is my Quest now! To make dog owners aware of the hidden dangers in dog treats. These are the nasty so called dental chews that cost me my dog’s life and myself an awful lot of money in vet bills. So I want to warn all you dog owners out there not to buy any dog chews based on corn starch and other vegetarian ingredients. I have yet to learn about a vegetarian dog and as far as I have been told by an expert in dog nutrition these products cannot be fully digestible in a carnivore. They are imported by many companies all over Europe and most likely in the US as well. I believe they are manufactured in China so they come under many labels.

the bits next to the hedgehog are the bits they took out of Witchy’s small intestine and the biggest bit was 9cm long.