Over three years ago, I started this blog. A few months after that, Lola began demanding space for her own bulldog thoughts to be added for the reader’s delight. Thus started the series called Dear Lola.

Dear Lola

I’m ashamed to say that I failed to keep up with this series. Lola has reminded me of my failings weekly, until I finally decided I had to bring it back. So, send me your questions. Life questions, relationship questions, questions about cheese, and even questions about squirrels – Lola has information and she’d love to share it! You can email them to me, send them on the blog through the comments, find me on social media and shout the questions in all caps – however you can get them to me, I want them. I promise to read them all. I’ll even make sure Lola spends more than 2.5 seconds answering them between chasing a wild bunny in the backyard and pondering the meaning of a hummingbird’s life.

Now, since we live in a litigious society I feel obligated to mention that your questions are being answered by Lola, the English Bulldog who lives with me. She does not have a medical degree. She does not have a psychology degree. She does not have a degree in any field of study, unless you count her cheese tasting hours. She does have a degree in English Bulldogery and she’s ready to make you laugh.


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36 replies on “Dear Lola…

  1. My questions are all rather mundane… Like … will my child ever learn to pick up her clothes from the floor or will I still be doing it when she is 25? Will my husband ever learn how to hang up his wet towels and not leave it on the bathroom floor… Yes, yes, I see the pattern… 😜 #globalblogging

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  2. I got one…

    Dear Lola.

    My husband has this rather odd little habit that is driving me INSANE! He always leaves a scrappy amount of milk in the bottom of the carton in the fridge and opens a new one. He says that this is because there isn’t enough to put on his cereal, and that he doesn’t like to mix milk because it would be from different cows which is apparently very wrong? He confirms that this is in no way because he can’t be bothered to deal with the empty carton. *coughs*. How do I stop him doing this?

    Please and thank you? 🤔 xxx

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  3. Whoop, whoop! Lola’s back. I have a very important question to ask relating to cheese. For some reason, and I’m actually not joking either, twice in a row we have bough a triangle of Bree. Each from 2 different companies. Each with a decent month to go on the best before date. But both of them stunk the fridge out (on their separate occasions) to high heaven so I had to bin them. Neither had been opened, and after 1 day being in the fridge, made it smell like moldy socks. That never usually happens! Lola, what am I doing wrong? 🙂 #DreamTeam xx

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  4. Dear Lola, my ten year old daughter wants to ask you if you have ever seen a unicorn? She is hoping they are real. Thanks xoxoxoxo

    Thanks for linking up #mg

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