My 2 gorgeous boys Max and Harley
My name is Carol, husband Nick and daughter Iesha. I work part time as an exam invigilator and also help out at my friends pub and restaurant. Nick works for himself and does small builds, doors, windows, conservatories and general building work. Iesha is job hunting at the moment. Our past holidays we have been very fortunate and family and friends have helped us out, but it is getting more difficult each time we plan to go away. My husband recently went to Prague with several others, I didn't go due to the fact that we had no dog sitter! Nick and I belong to a Harley Bike club and do quite a few weekend rallies during the summers months. We are not always able to give lots of notice as we like to do things on the spur of the moment!
Our Home & Location
We live in a village location, about 6miles from the center of Peterborough, 2 miles from Market Deeping and 10 miles from Stamford. Our house is semi- detached 3 bedrooms, office, upstairs bathroom, kitchen, living room, dining room, sun lounge, utility room with downstairs toilet and shower. All our neighbours are lovely. We do have a garage but usually park our car on the drive as motor bike takes up the garage space! There is also parking outside the house on the road. The village is on a regular bus route and buses are very frequent. It is apx 10 mins walk to bus stop. There is a village shop, post office and chemist in the village as well as a pub which does lovey meals.
Responsibilities & Pets
My little boy Harley has a heart problem so he is on medication twice daily, 6am and 5pm. He still enjoys his walks and play but his walks are not as long as they used to be. My big boy Max has elbow problems but is on medication daily and it does not seem to bother him to much at the moment. Both boys have daily walks but not far. Lots of play in the garden and lost of fuss. They are fed at lunch time and then again at 6pm. Both boys need fresh water daily.
Hammy is fed daily and water changed daily. He will be cleaned out before we go away.