Alison weaves her heart-warming memories of Buster the Beagle into an insightful picture of life on the water and all the colourful episodes that come with it. Continue reading Boating with Buster – a review
Many people on the waters take their pets along with them, but these have generally been raised from young to respect the water and the captain’s rules. How would my tiny companions adapt, I wondered, and was it fair to expect them to? Continue reading Pets afloat
The recent release of coins and stamps in celebration of this writer’s life revived a nostalgia in me, so I went in search of the real Miss Potter and discovered we share more than a love of writing. Continue reading Helen Beatrix Potter – mother of today’s conservationists
next time you pause by the water cooler in a shop or office, or indulge in a bit of “water cooler gossip”, remember you are following in the footsteps of many a Victorian worker Continue reading Water Fountains – have they always been a place for office politics?
A slave to the spreadsheet, the telephone and email, under the control of the Men in Grey, hustling from meeting to meeting, life was blurred. And then my body screamed “HALT”. Continue reading Open your eyes! Beauty and the eye of the beholder
As my own health has recently improved through taking care with what I eat, so that of my pets has come under scrutiny. Continue reading Are you killing your pet with kindness? How to “spring forward”with your best friend?
Cats are like Marmite, people tend to polarise around loving or hating them Continue reading Cats – cosy companion or Devil’s spawn?