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The triumphant smile Charles was wearing as Harriet was saying her goodbyes to the family died on his lips. A wagging, panting bundle of fur streaked past him as he opened the door to leave the room. Is he for me? Harriet too. He lifted the hand sanitiser and passed it to her mother. They calmed patients as well as provide a distraction from illness and treatment. Probably because his parents had stressed how much mess and destruction they could cause in a place like this where every stick of furniture had history and substantial monetary value.
As proved by their canine companion. You smell like home to me. She tutted. Esme is the expert and she only has his best interests at heart.
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How could you be mad at this little face? Charles stared into the pair of soulful eyes begging for his love. A little pink doggie tongue shot out and began slobbering over his face, making it impossible to remember why he was being a grouch. Then a warm trickle of liquid soaked through his suit and reminded him. I think he got too excited. Suits me to a T.
I love them and I love Christmas. I was absolutely devastated. The next Christmas we were down to one and it was tough. Then, a few months later, we lost our gorgeous chocolate lab. Father Christmas came and visited us with this gorgeous little minx. I actually wrote the first few chapters of Making Christmas Special Again before we got this little one, but Skye has definitely made my Christmas special again.
This year will be our first with her she was only two days old last Christmas so was still with her mummy.
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Below is the opening chapter for Make Christmas Special Again. It is part of a quartet with the gorgeous Susan Carlisle , the wonderful Annie Claydon and the super divine Karin Baine. We love making up wonderful worlds we all want to move to. And this time was no different.source url
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For once the all-consuming distraction of lungs vs arctic winds hurtling in. This time, though…. His eyes travelled the length of the scrubby inner-city hospital then scanned the former vacant plot. He traced his finger along a frost-singed rose. The lad had loved coming out here to play with the family mongrel. Golden moments, his parents had called them. Golden moments. They still came and tended it as if their son were still with them. In a way, he supposed, he was.
Gone were the piles of rubbish, the burnt-out car, the thick layers of tagging on the side of the Clydebank Hospital walls. That would go, too.
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