Monthly Archives: March 2017
First walk of the year down to Three Cliff’s beach. Warm sun, warm breeze, sparkling sea. Time to thaw out after winter.
Bonnie found an old, battered football on the beach today. Washed up by the tide to be joyfully pounced on and shredded by my joyous hound…
Evie’s just had another front tooth come out ready for the new one behind it and Gruff has finally discovered his first wobbly tooth. He’s not too impressed that he has to do the work though…
Bonnie’s friend Mollie has come to our house for a weekend mini-break.
We have offered five star entertainment, three children to lick, cat watching and stunning views of chickens.
I hope she gives us a good review.
Bonnie is working hard as her concierge.
I’ve visited a local comprehensive school in Swansea today for World Book Day. I was invited to draw some of the students as a reward for all their hard work.
One girl came into the room sat down and pulled out her drawings and stories she made for herself, another came in as a character from her favourite science fiction book.
I drew pirates and the Queen of hearts.
Wonderful creativity and imagination all from the next generation.
Happy World Book Day.