Monthly Archives: September 2010

Cupid and other stunts

There was a wonderful comic and comedian called Kenny Everett on British television in the late 70s/ early 80s who sadly passed away too soon and too young.  He played amongst others, a colourful character called Cupid Stunt.  The term … Continue reading

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A mouse in the paw beats two in the bush

S, my lovely neighbour has given me a sign to hang up in my garden for my birthday.  It reads “I fought the weeds and the weeds won”.  She has the most beautiful garden, with just the right amount of … Continue reading

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Loki

Having mentioned Loki over a couple of articles, I thought it best to research a little about him, my knowledge of Norse mythology being abut as good as my grasp of quantum physics. Interestingly, Loki was the father of Hel … Continue reading

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Visions of Hel

Thankfully, I was not involved in any cat rescues over the past few weeks, which is just as well, as work has been frantic.  However, Loki the prankster continues to “dog” my days. On Saturday, I needed to get some … Continue reading

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Dog days

I’m an equal opportunities pagan – I have my own Gods but am happy to work with others as and when the need arises.  I firmly believe in the right of everyone to believe what they want to believe, provided … Continue reading

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Decision time

I don’t write about all the rescues I am involved with.  Sometimes, this is because there are so many, I just pick the one that meant the most or underlines a point I’m trying to get across.  Other times, it … Continue reading

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Update

There are no longer two black and white faces pushing past the front door to greet me when I come in, day or night, frantic with the need for a cuddle and reassurance, chirruping greetings before I even get the … Continue reading

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