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I know the 'soul' is often a very misinterpreted saying, and though I have a feeling that the 'soul' doesn't actually exist I do believe there is 'something' within in us all that makes us true individuals.:idea: I tend to shy away from 'science' at times when I read that a perfectly rational explanation can be used for EVERYTHING in life, I've had way too many experiences to allow science tell me that what I just witnessed was easily explained.:no: 'If' we have a 'soul' 'being' 'thingy' within us what do you do to 'feed' it. Do you walk, jog, read, garden, eat, 'think', or just do what you are doing and go with the flow.:yes: I am a great believer that just to 'go along' with life at times is such a waste, I know everyday mundane stuff often gets in the way, as they should, being a dad and husband I know too well that time is often at a premium and to trouble ourselves with 'naval' gazing can seem not only foolhardy but totally out of place in this day and age.:unsure: But at times we all need a bit of time to ourselves to reflect, think, even rage at times, so other than the 'normal' day to day stuff do you believe that we should take the time to feed our souls (in whichever way you seem happy with) and maybe become a little happier or at times unhappier with our lives? I have a feeling I am over thinking again, :embarrassed::no: it's late, nothing on TV yet and waiting for my eldest to get in. Cheers Tony.
My two cocker spaniels are due to fly out on Monday lunchtime to Perth, WA -1 August, arriving 2 August - I am driving to Heathrow the day before with an overnight stop in unfamiliar surroundings. My Pet Transfer Agent has recommended no food 6 hours before their flight or check in - but I am concerned (knowing how regular my dogs bowel movements are - sad I know!!) that this is too short a time before they fly for them to have a clean flight - is it best they are clean (but hungry) or partially full (but possibly messy!) - would anyone recommend a last supper the night before and no food on the day, or feed 6 hours before??? - just really worried that if I don't let them have a feed the morning they go - it will be nearly 34 hours from their last feed. They do get a meal as soon as they are placed in Byford Quarantine. Very worrying times - I just want to do what's best for my lovely little fella and little lady - any suggestions or experience greatly appreciated.
Hello everyone, My little girl is 8 months and still breastfeeding quite regularly, we are planning to fly over in july for a reccie and i doubt she would have given up by then. Has anyone else fed their baby on the plane. Im a bit worried about doing in with a stranger right next to me! :embarrassed: Grateful for any advice, thankyooooooooooo Georgia x