The Lucy Eperience

The Lucy Eperience

Friday, 13 December 2013

What goes around comes back around

In the past 12 hours I have already recieved lots of really positive feedback! And considering I thought no one would read my blog I think this is truly amazing! I've heard other peoples experiences, other peoples reactions and I've even been told I've made a few of my readers cry! But listen to this next line

Please do not cry for me, my mum, my story, we have cried enough to last a life time, smile and keep in mind that I survived, I'm writing this and my life (although has some scarily low points) is feeling better, I have my amazing boyfriend rob, he supports me through everything, he is my rock and I always tell him that. Me and my mum are best friends, we are so close and I'm always so greatful that she stayed by my side, she lost her whole family, her mum, sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews, just to protect me. I am eternally greatful and although we still have our little tantrums and fall outs, I would never stop loving her.

On a really positive note, we rescued a little dog yesterday... He lived across the road from us and was called Wilf! Wilfs owners weren't very nice and he always cried (we say abused) and he finally escaped and came to us, we took him to the vets, they told us his name, he was about 4 years old and a brindle coloured staffie. The vets heard out story of how he's always crying and very scared of people, and said in a "wink wink nudge nudge" kind of way that we were correct and for us to take him home and call the warden, we bathed him, fed him and cuddled the life out of him and soon we got his tail out from between his legs and wagging constantly, we found out he's a big kisser if you put your head too close, but after a few hours the warden came to take him, if the owners wanted him back they'd have to pay a fee, if not or they find the conditions are not good for a dog they will be prosecuted and not allowed to own an animal again (good!) and Wilf will be given a new and loving family! It still hurt to hand him over to the warden, it's the third animal I've rescued this year and each time I want to keep them! 

It's the release of the hobbit part 2 today! Me and rob have our tickets booked and are very excited! The first hobbit was our first alone cinema trip together towards the beginning of our relationship, so 16 months on it will be nice to see the second! 2 and a half hours of NERDTASTIC fun!!! 
Lots of love,
Luce xxx

Here's a picture of rob and Wilf just before his bath, isn't he a cutie?