October 9, 2014

A Little Bit of House Keeping...

Hello my lovelies!

I know I've been very quiet lately, with very sporadic reviews and comments and visits to friendly blogs. 

I'll admit that I'm not in the best of head spaces right now, about a month ago my dog, Rocco passed away, and I just haven't felt like myself since then. It's the first time in 20 years I don't have a dog and it feels like I'm missing a limb or like there is a dog-shaped hole in my heart. 

It has been an adjustment, and I've been very mopey and listless and stuff (though, on the other hand, at least I finally vegged out enough to watch all of Once upon a time's Season 3 Back 9, which I had put off for ages). 

So, yeah that's why I've been quiet, and not much fun, I have lots of ideas of post I wanna write (like why I hate Frankenstein MD and on Green Gables Fables, and why I loved If I Stay), not to mention those Listmaniac posts I totally should have written by now,  but it's just not happening. 

I'm slowly muddling my way though some books, it's very hard for me to focus lately, sadly, and Rocco was the one that kept me company when I read late at night and now I have no Rocco, so it throws me off. 

Aside from that, Chrome is being very weird and full of pup ups, so right now I'm using Opera mainly, which is not ideal since every time I try to comment on Blogger, it eats up my replies until I give up and stop trying. Sorry about that. 

Now I think I'll go watch some MLP, maybe some Pinkie Pie will cheer me up. 


  1. Awww, Alex, I'm so sorry!! I know how hard it is to lose a dog, cause they're such amazing friends and just always there for you and just lots of virtual hugs from me! I wish I could make you feel better, but it's gonna take some time. But I'm here if you need to talk ok? Even if it's only silly things or how messed up the people on the latest ANTM cycle are being.

  2. Oh what a sweet dear boy. And what a loss. I'm so sorry to hear that, Alex. I know what it is to lose a dog, to lose a best friend who brought you joy and comfort every single day. They have such dreadfully short lives and you just wish they could live as long as you do. I hope you haven't bee feeling too much pressure to post, as I'm sure everyone understands. Take care and hugs.

  3. I'm so sorry to hear about your dog. I understand what you mean about the dog shaped hole and how strange it feels not having a dog in the house. Our dog died a few years ago and it still feels so empty. Sending you lots of hugs from one dog lover to another.

  4. I'm so sorry, Alex. Losing a pet is really hard. I hope things have gotten a little better for you til now? Will be thinking of you and hoping your Christmas season gives you some happy in your life.


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