Cameron you’ve spent years telling people to do the right thing. Time YOU did. Now!

There’s an exodus going on with hundreds of thousands of people fleeing their homes because they are at risk of being murdered – or even worse being left alive living a nightmare at the hands of evil bast*rds doing unspeakable things while the world looks on and Britain does sod all.

It doesn’t matter if they are Syrian, Iraqi, Lybian…they are people just like the rest of us. Human beings just like the rest of us. They are fathers, mothers, grandparents and children with a status in society just like the rest of us. The idea that they want to permanently leave their homes, their country and everything they know to settle in UK is ludicrous; they want to be kept safe and keep their dignity until they can return home. They don’t just want it, they need it and they need it now.

Cameron your apathy is shameful and disgusting. Get off your hypocritical political backside and do the right thing.

Sabrina Corgatelli? Just another wild life murderer.

I just don’t get #sabrinacorgatelli being photographed with a dead animal which she had just murdered adding the caption to her photograph “My Impala I got today. What a beautiful animal”. No Sabrina, it was beautiful before you murdered it. It is now a corpse and you are disgusting.



Just as you think mankind couldn’t sink any lower the unthinkable happens. Abducting over 270 school children and threatening to sell them into slavery is the most repulsive thing that’s happened in life time. My thoughts and prayers are with the children and their families who can only be going through a living hell in Nigeria x x x

Good morning world from Mowgli

Good morning world from Mowgli. This is one of my all time favourite photos of our beautiful little man. It was taken at our house BANANAVILLE when we lived in India and when he had recovered from his early life traumas.

Yesterday we took him to the vet because he was coughing and we thought he might have something stuck in his throat. Delighted to say the vet said its more probable that may have had something scratch the inside of his throat but that there was no obstructions. Hes been given some medication and will be on a soft diet for a few days.

While we were there the vet gave him an MOT and said everything else was good, heart, lungs, tummy and temperature which is brilliant because if you are a dog lover (and anything like me) you worry about everything to do with their health.

So at 6 years old our little man is in pretty good shape other than having put on a bit of weight over the winter; he’s 44kg so needs to trim down again, probably to about 36kg. No problem.

The sun sees your body, the moon sees your soul


I’ve never been fond of February, it has a tendency of leaving me flattened; oddly though – probably a survival instinct – my mind flies into some sort of creative kaleidoscope which can be very irritating. Irritating because sooner or later I find I have to sit down and record my thoughts either through a drawing or a piece of writing because with me they just won’t go away. That’s not to say that what I draw or write will be for public consumption; dozens of books of my little creations are still tucked away (for my eyes only) having served their purpose as cathartic therapy.

Recently some things have been particularly emotionally draining and as would be expected I’ve gone and found my (metaphorically speaking) best friend – my pencil. As I sat pondering what to draw I remembered something I once read ‘The sun sees your body, the moon sees your soul’.

I may be gone for some time…..

Boy from Stonehaugh

One of my readers (Parker) who lives in the first house I ever lived in – in the tiny village of Stonehaugh – tells me that the 60th anniversary of the village is to be held on Saturday 31 May 2014. Will I be there? Of course; and with many members of my family from three generations. And hopefully I’ll meet some of the many Stonehaugh-ers who have called in here at my website. It would be great to put faces to virtual friends.