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#21 Madeleine

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Posted 09 January 2017 - 02:31 PM

A slow dog agility routine would be interesting, glad your older doggie is doing OK though.

 

I found Little Paris Bookshop a bit slow as well.



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Posted 09 January 2017 - 08:49 PM

Happy Reading in 2017. :)

 

Thanks Pixie. :)

Well, if I'm honest I started it last year and kept abandoning it. I did tick it off as read last year for my Goodreads, but I haven't actually finished it yes. I do agree with your mum, enjoying it but is a bit slow. I need to stick with it and get it finished though...hate not finishing a book :blush2: 

Hmm, I won't rush to read it then, although I have no problem with abandoning books! :D

 

Sorry to hear about Jojo. It's difficult when they have an injury - they still want to run around and play anyway! Hopefully time will heal it....I don't know if I've ever seen a dog doing agility slowly! :giggle:

13 is a very good age. Our previous dog was 13 - unfortunately he had cancer, but aside from the signs of that (which were very sudden) he seemed fit as anything (though he was deaf, the poor thing) and still loved his twice daily walk. They still love their walks, at any age I think. :D
 


Oh, I so hope you read it this year. I'd love to be able to experience it all for the first time. :D

 

Obi has had a large lump on his neck for over a year now, it was huge at one point and then halved. He is fine in himself and we haven't had it tested, he finds the Vets incredibly stressful (and the Vets are pretty scared of him too!) plus we are unable to put him under anaesthetic as he has had to be resuscitated twice during operations! :( He is very happy as he is so we will let nature take its course, I don't think he is ready to shuffle of just yet! :D

 

I'm sorry to hear about Jojo's injury. I'm glad both of your dogs are doing well otherwise though :).
 

That makes sense, if I read a lot by one author in too short a time period, I want to not-read them for a while as well (I call it 'author burnout'). Maybe in a few months :).

 

Author burnout sums it up really well Gaia! :)

Happy reading in 2017 and good luck with your reading/culling/no-purchases goals :D

Thanks Noll, happy 2017 to you too.  :smile:  :readingtwo:  :smile:



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Posted 09 January 2017 - 08:55 PM

A slow dog agility routine would be interesting, glad your older doggie is doing OK though.

 

I found Little Paris Bookshop a bit slow as well.

There are some dog who take it at a slower pace but they cannot compete with the faster dogs as a rule. Jojo is crazy fast though and over extends when jumpings which we think has caused the problem, we will give physio a go then maybe I'll send her oven some jumps and through the weaves in the garden and see how she goes! :)

 

Definitely avoiding Little Paris Bookshop for a while! :D



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Posted 10 January 2017 - 12:34 AM

I must step in and wish you a happy reading year!

Gone With the Wind is my favorite book :) I've read it four times!

You also might want to read Primo Levi's book about surviving Auschwitz, if you haven't yet. He's often used in contrast to Elie Wiesel.

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 11:38 AM

My doggies are great, Jojo her usual nutty self though slowly starting to calm down a little with age (3.5!!), unfortunately we haven't done any agility for a while as she damaged her leg/back and we had to wait ages to see a specialist, we went at the end of December and it isn't severe but it may be enough to stop her doing it, we will have to wait and see, looks like a nerve that is affected and agility could prove just too much. The specialist did suggest we do it slower, just for fun, I felt a bit bad laughing at him, Jojo doesn't do anything slowly!!!    Obi is doing so well, he was 13 in October and still enjoying his walks (slower!) and getting up the stairs, long may it continue! 

 
I can't believe Jojo's already 3½ years old!! :o Where has all that time gone? I'm sorry about her leg/back :(  I'm sure she'd love nothing better than to just continue running and doing agility and she's wondering why her Mommy won't let her! :unsure:  Many cuddles to her from me :smile2: 

 

And many cuddles to Obi! :wub: Long live Obi!  :alc: 
 

Thanks frankie, for your good wishes and your recommendations!  The Class was one you sent me aaaages ago so I really want to get to that this year! The Stand is a definite, so many positive recommendations, my Dad, you, Gaia, BB! I'd like to get to Gone with the Wind too, I've not seen the film so will be going into it pretty blind! 

 
I remember it's the copy I sent you, but I didn't want to mention it because that would probably remind you of the copy of Human Traces you sent me and the fact that I've still not read it yet :blush:  :lol: Once you read yours, I'm bound to feel I need to read mine... :D 

 

I'd never watched GwtW, either, so I read the book without any detailed idea of what it was about! And it worked just fine. It was really great! :smile2: I dare say you'll like it, too! 

 

I'm sure I will dip into the book box at some point, although it hasn't been updated for months, it would be good when I want to clear some of the longer standing members of my bookshelf!  


 The updating the Book Box is so annoying :D I never once updated it last year, and I did buy over 80 titles... :blush: Luckily I got a printer off my friend at the end of last year and I printed out all my TBR titles and so that did the trick. I never would've done it if I had had to write all the titles down! 
 

I'm not sure about The Girl on the Train, I tend to avoid over hyped books, this was given to me by a close friend who raved about it so I feel I should give it a go to see if I agree with the hype!!! 

 

Ah, okay... Try to forget about the hype and just jump in, if and when you feel like it. If it's not your thing, then it's not your thing :) We can't all like the same books, time after time! :) 
 

 He is very happy as he is so we will let nature take its course, I don't think he is ready to shuffle of just yet! 

 

:cool: Obi so cool :wub: 



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Posted 10 January 2017 - 07:52 PM

I must step in and wish you a happy reading year!

Gone With the Wind is my favorite book :) I've read it four times!

You also might want to read Primo Levi's book about surviving Auschwitz, if you haven't yet. He's often used in contrast to Elie Wiesel.

Looks like I really must get to Gone with the Wind this year too then! :D I have Primo Levi on my Goodreads wish list but I MUST NOT buy it...just yet anyway! :D

 

 
I can't believe Jojo's already 3½ years old!! Where has all that time gone? I'm sorry about her leg/back  I'm sure she'd love nothing better than to just continue running and doing agility and she's wondering why her Mommy won't let her!  Many cuddles to her from me

 

And many cuddles to Obi! :wub: Long live Obi!  :alc: 
 

 
I remember it's the copy I sent you, but I didn't want to mention it because that would probably remind you of the copy of Human Traces you sent me and the fact that I've still not read it yet   Once you read yours, I'm bound to feel I need to read mine... :D

 

I'd never watched GwtW, either, so I read the book without any detailed idea of what it was about! And it worked just fine. It was really great! :smile2: I dare say you'll like it, too! 

 


 The updating the Book Box is so annoying I never once updated it last year, and I did buy over 80 titles... Luckily I got a printer off my friend at the end of last year and I printed out all my TBR titles and so that did the trick. I never would've done it if I had had to write all the titles down! 
 

 

Ah, okay... Try to forget about the hype and just jump in, if and when you feel like it. If it's not your thing, then it's not your thing We can't all like the same books, time after time!  
 

 

Obi so cool :wub:

I wouldn't mention Human Traces...but since you brought it up... :giggle2:

 

I actually updated my Book Box at the weekend, I wanted a sit down activity so that fit the bill nicely, I may even have added a few that I knew were already in there, just to increase my odds of reading them sooner!  :blush2:  :giggle:

 

Jojo is back to normal walks, with a ball sometimes so she is very happy, just have to keep everything crossed that she is mended, physio next Tuesday which will be interesting, she won't be impressed being handled by a stranger!  :o  Have you seen the Supervet on TV? Noel Fitzpatrick? He was the one who operated on Obi when he was a pupster, it was his practice we have been back to with Jojo, and she'll have her physio there too, hopefully they'll be filming there at some point.must remember to always wear makeup!!  :giggle2:

And yes, Obi is very cool!  :P



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Posted 11 January 2017 - 07:32 PM

Obi has had a large lump on his neck for over a year now, it was huge at one point and then halved. He is fine in himself and we haven't had it tested, he finds the Vets incredibly stressful (and the Vets are pretty scared of him too!) plus we are unable to put him under anaesthetic as he has had to be resuscitated twice during operations! :( He is very happy as he is so we will let nature take its course, I don't think he is ready to shuffle of just yet! :D

 

Maybe it is just a fat lump or a cyst of some kind? If it's been there for over a year, then it just may be one of those harmless doggy lumps that they get when they are older.

 

 

Looks like I really must get to Gone with the Wind this year too then! :D I have Primo Levi on my Goodreads wish list but I MUST NOT buy it...just yet anyway! :D

 

I enjoyed Gone With The Wind a lot. I've never seen the film so I don't know how it compares, but the book was so so good. :D



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 12:42 PM

Jojo is back to normal walks, with a ball sometimes so she is very happy, just have to keep everything crossed that she is mended, physio next Tuesday which will be interesting, she won't be impressed being handled by a stranger!  :o  Have you seen the Supervet on TV? Noel Fitzpatrick? He was the one who operated on Obi when he was a pupster, it was his practice we have been back to with Jojo, and she'll have her physio there too, hopefully they'll be filming there at some point.must remember to always wear makeup!!  :giggle2:

And yes, Obi is very cool!  :P

Oh I love that Supervet guy...he is so good with animals...maybe we will see you on the telly .. :giggle2: 



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 03:29 PM

Maybe it is just a fat lump or a cyst of some kind? If it's been there for over a year, then it just may be one of those harmless doggy lumps that they get when they are older.

 

 

 

I enjoyed Gone With The Wind a lot. I've never seen the film so I don't know how it compares, but the book was so so good. :D

I'm not sure, it is rock sold and BIG, my hand won't fit around it (not that I have big hands!) it seems to have just become a part of him and other than restrict his movement a little it doesn't appear to bother him, although he is on constant anti-inflammatories for his arthritis so maybe they are helping that too. He is happy, and if he gets his timing right can still get on the sofa for a cuddle!  :giggle:

 

I'm sold, Gone with the Wind AND The Stand will be read this year, hopefully I'll be able to squeeze a few others in too! ;)

 

Oh I love that Supervet guy...he is so good with animals...maybe we will see you on the telly .. :giggle2: 

He was lovely when Obi and I met him in 2003, albeit in a tiny veterinary practice in Guildford, not the high tech place he owns now! I even got a hug when I was feeling a little overwhelmed, he was able to cuddle Obi too, wouldn't fancy his chances these days, Poor boy has too many unpleasant Vet experiences under his belt and he isn't very forgiving! :o :D



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 03:41 PM

Happy Reading in 2017 Hayley! Hope it's a good year for you in every way  :hug: Good luck with the cull .. I'm going to do it too .. I need to. Things are getting too overwhelming.



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 06:23 PM

Happy Reading in 2017 Hayley! Hope it's a good year for you in every way  :hug: Good luck with the cull .. I'm going to do it too .. I need to. Things are getting too overwhelming.

Thanks Kay, I hope 2017 is good for you too, the culling will be hard but necessary! :blush2: I'm glad to hear you Mum is on the up and that you are able to be back in your lovely quiet home, with all even lovelier books to keep you company! ENJOY!!  :friends3:



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 06:29 PM

You could always list your 'book cull' on here for takers... :giggle2: 



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 07:11 PM

I'm not sure how many people pop in here but I just wanted to get some opinions on something!  As some of you will know I went back to work in November last year after many, many years of staying home with my children. I am working in a new venture, which, when it is complete will consist of an indoor play barn for the whole family (open now), an outdoor play area and a farm, including petting barn (opening in the Spring/Summer). There are more ideas for 2018 but they are the plans for now. In the play barn we also have a toy/gift shop which is where I spend 3 full days a week. When I started I thought I was just going to be a staff member, helping order stock etc but no full responsibility...that seems to be changing rapidly and it looks like in time they are hoping that I will be solely responsible for all aspects of the shop, eek!!!  :o

 

I hope this is ok to do:

 

I was just wondering if I could ask you lovely lot what do you think are the most important features of a toy/gift shop? It will be predominantly toys, maybe 80% toy/20% gift, we will have to see how it evolves. :blush2: Do you go into an independent shop hoping to see big names, or more unique items? Is decor important? I'm not the most creative of souls but understand it needs to look lovely and may need to change often, perhaps with the seasons? Do you like offers, or prefers reasonable prices? Or both?! :D Local products? Pocket money toys? Where would you expect to find places like this advertised, or would you go on word of mouth? Do you/your children like themed weeks/months? :grinhat:​  Competitions? With prizes obviously!   :present: We could have name the   :cows: . Obviously there is a bookshelf but I think that will just be limited to children's books, or where would it stop?! :D I think it could quickly become a bookshop! :readingtwo:  :P 

Any thoughts would be very much appreciated as I feel a little overwhelmed with the prospect at the moment, excited too, but it just feels like such a big responsibility! :blush2:  Maybe you know a very good toy and/or gift shop that has a website with pics I could have a nose at?  :flowers2:

Anyhow, thank you for reading! :friends3:  



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 07:11 PM

You could always list your 'book cull' on here for takers... :giggle2: 

Cheeky!  :giggle: Good idea though!!  :P



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Posted 13 January 2017 - 08:51 AM

Wishing you a wonderful year of reading, Chalie.  :smile:​ 

 

Re your query. I am not sure I am your demographic but.........I love there to be a good variety of stuff, from the pocket money (pens, pencils and key rings) priced right through to worth a bit (books). I ALWAYS (  :D ) buy pens, notebooks and bookmarks, and also love to buy local produce (jams etc).

 

I can spend quite a lot in a gift shop, and will spend even more if there is a charitable bit to it too, regardless as to the charity being a local or national one. My waistline will also confirm that I love homemade cake slices, biscuits etc.  :blush2:



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Posted 13 January 2017 - 09:07 AM

I hope this is ok to do:


Since you are a well beloved member of the forum who's been here for some time, I think it is fine :).

I could answer your questions for myself, but since the shop is in the UK, I don't know if my answers would help you consider I'm not part of the "UK market". And I don't have children, I go in toy and gift shops for myself or to buy things for other people :blush2:.

I'll tell you my thoughts anyway, make of it what you will :). We have two main toy shops where I live, they're national wide branches so not independents I'm afraid (but if there was one, I would visit it). I go in those shops on occasion. They sell a lot of toys there, but they also sell DVDs of children's movies, video games and children's books. I always like looking at the plushies too. Lego is very popular here too, and there is a board game section. There are also arts and crafty things for children, and indeed pocket money sort of things. Also barbies and other dolls. I think it'd be nice for the shop to have a variety of things.

For me personally I'd prefer reasonable prices and offers, though I don't know the feasability of that. For advertising our shops sometimes send you something through the postbox, unless you have a sticker on your postbox saying you don't want ads. But not all (toy) shops do that here. I wouldn't mind word-of-mouth either, though if the shop isn't running well enough I can imagine the need for advertising. For competitions you could ask the children to make or colour something, and as a prize one of your toys, or a certain amount of money to spend in the shop on a toy / toys.

Well, I don't know if any of that was helpful, but we have several members with children (from the UK) so maybe they will be of more help :). Good luck with your job :)! It sounds like quite a responsibility.

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Posted 13 January 2017 - 09:13 AM

I wouldn't mention Human Traces...but since you brought it up... 

 

:lol: I did re-read the synopsis when I was dusting my books, as I do remember how much you love the book and want me to read it... It sounds really interesting but I fear it'll be too smart for me :blush: But I think you've said it's not hard to read? 
 

I actually updated my Book Box at the weekend, I wanted a sit down activity so that fit the bill nicely, I may even have added a few that I knew were already in there, just to increase my odds of reading them sooner!  

 

Oh you did it already, cool! I like the idea of increasing your odds :lol: 
 

Jojo is back to normal walks, with a ball sometimes so she is very happy, just have to keep everything crossed that she is mended, physio next Tuesday which will be interesting, she won't be impressed being handled by a stranger!   Have you seen the Supervet on TV? Noel Fitzpatrick? He was the one who operated on Obi when he was a pupster, it was his practice we have been back to with Jojo, and she'll have her physio there too, hopefully they'll be filming there at some point.must remember to always wear makeup!!  

 
 I had to google Noel Fitzpatrick as the name didn't ring any bells. No, I've not heard of him or the show. I don't know if we have that series over here. If we do, it's probably allocated to a channel and or timeslot that is inconvenient for me. But that's so cool about him having worked with and for your Obi!! :o Oh I wish that would've been on telly! Oh no, maybe not, as I dread seeing doggies go unconscious and being operated on... But I would've loved to have seen Obi before and after! :wub: 

 

Do try and get on film!! :D You'll have to let us know if you'll be up! And you need to record it for me and send it to me so I can watch it, if it's not available over here!! 

 

I'm sold, Gone with the Wind AND The Stand will be read this year, hopefully I'll be able to squeeze a few others in too! 

 

Yes!! :exc: 

 

He was lovely when Obi and I met him in 2003, albeit in a tiny veterinary practice in Guildford, not the high tech place he owns now! I even got a hug when I was feeling a little overwhelmed, he was able to cuddle Obi too, wouldn't fancy his chances these days, Poor boy has too many unpleasant Vet experiences under his belt and he isn't very forgiving! :o :D

 

Awww, he sounds marvellous! :smile2: Obi's not too impressed, but I think Fitzpatrick can deal with that, being a professional :D 

 

Re: your question about your job. I'm not artistic or decorative at all, so I wouldn't have any ideas, sorry! But what an amazing job you have! I'm sure you'll be great at it :yes: Do you get to mix in with the animals? :wub: 
  



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Posted 13 January 2017 - 11:43 AM

I can't contribute a huge amount as I'm not really sure what a 'play barn' is like. But, as it will have an animal petting section, the toy shop should definitely reflect that, with toys of the animals that are available for petting. I also would expect a place like that to have own-branded stuff, particularly for the gifts, not big names. Maybe some of the toys could be bigger names for a bit of diversity, but I would definitely try to capture/reflect the identity of the place in what's being sold. Local products are always lovely to find in a gift shop, as are any toys/gifts that donate a portion of profits either to the upkeep of the place itself or a related charity. I'd be willing to spend more money on a toy or gift with a charity name attached.

 

As for prices/promotions, both! People expect gift shops to be a little expensive, so you could probably get away with being slightly above average on costs and then have promotions or competitions. Competitions for naming animals is a great idea, my local wildlife park does that. This is the best picture I can find of that park's gift shop: http://www.uniquefit...ior-Image-1.jpg

 

You definitely need to rotate the stock in the most prominent areas of the shop, which might reflect a new animal addition, something related to a competition, or just whatever new stock has come in. I'd imagine a primary focus on the key areas customers will be drawn to upon walking in would be the main aim, followed by maybe seasonally moving things around/creating a seasonal theme in the rest of the shop.

 

I usually hear about places through word of mouth, but as it's new, some local advertising might be a good idea.

 

I have no idea if any of this helps, but there you go!



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Posted 13 January 2017 - 09:09 PM

Hope you have a great reading year Chaliepud!  :smile:

 

The place you work sounds great! Personally I love seeing unique and local items in independent shops. I'm much more tempted to buy things that I know are helping small businesses that have put a lot of love into their products. A student discount sometimes sways my decision too  :D . I've taken my niece to Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park a few times and she always instantly runs to the pocket money toy section they have in their gift shop (which I can't find a picture of!) so I definitely think that's a good idea. 

It sounds exciting anyway, I hope you have fun with it  :smile:



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Posted 13 January 2017 - 10:04 PM

I don't think he is ready to shuffle of just yet! :D

Bless him. If he's not in any pain and gets stressed at the vets (and can't cope with anesthetic - eek) then letting nature take its course is definitely the kindest thing for him. :)  Hopefully he'll have a long time with you yet.  :wub:
 

I'm not sure how many people pop in here but I just wanted to get some opinions on something!  As some of you will know I went back to work in November last year after many, many years of staying home with my children. I am working in a new venture, which, when it is complete will consist of an indoor play barn for the whole family (open now), an outdoor play area and a farm, including petting barn (opening in the Spring/Summer).

Firstly, well done on doing so well with your new job.  :)

 

Abi used to work somewhere similar (whilst she was at college).  This is their main website

 

When we first moved to the area it was a tiny coffee shop and working farm but now it's absolutely massive.   They have soft play and a 'Cowtastic Farm Park' with a petting zoo, plus shop units that they rent out. 

 

One shop, called the Berry Barn, is half children's clothing (it's not the sort of clothing you see on the high street), and toys - wooden toys, stencils, pencils, pens, colouring books etc, and the other half is gifts such as nice scented candles, scarves, jewellery, soaps, trinkets, handbags, birthday cards... the list goes on (I've just noticed that Farrington's haven't updated their website as they've moved out of the wooden hut they were in, to a unit twice the size).  They sell the sorts of things you'd find in a garden centre gift shop, or in a small, quirky town, rather than on a 'normal' High Street.   It's my first port of call for gifts for friends (but then my friend Lisa and I visit the coffee shop together at least twice a month!). 

 

Honestly, in the last 10 years it's gone from just a restaurant and farm shop to somewhere you can get a hair cut, buy fish and chips, get your dog groomed, restore some furniture... the list goes on!  It's won several awards and certainly appears to be very successful.

 

The don't have a book shelf though! :D

 

Good luck with your new venture. It sounds very exciting.

 

Edit: I popped in to wish you a happy year of reading in 2017 and got completely sidetracked!  :D


Edited by Janet, 13 January 2017 - 10:06 PM.





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