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Introducing Amy

Some of you may not have met me yet, I joined Sence Accounting at the end of 2016 having joined the accounts and technical team and wanted to tell you all a little about me. I think it is safe to say that outside of my working life, and being a mother of two boys - I am that crazy boxer dog lady who we all cringe at. I even cringe at myself sometimes but somehow I am the proud owner of two lovely boxer dogs. They are incredible companions and are fantastic with the children.  They definitely do not come without their challenges and patience though!

This month I turned the big 30 and unlike a lot of 30 year olds I decided what I really wanted to do was, wait for it - visit Crufts!

This is something I’ve wanted to do, for as long as I can remember so when the hubby asked me ‘What would you like for your birthday?’, I ceased the opportunity. The love of dogs stems from an early age.  I was raised having animals around me. I embraced every single minute of my time at Crufts and if you are a dog lover like me then I would definitely advise you to do it. I even met the famous “Buster the boxer” from the John Lewis Christmas advert – this was me being Starstruck!

Dogs never fail to be happy and keep you smiling, even when they’re a little bit naughty.

Amy

19 Mar 2017

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