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What's my mood again?

ergh! a busy day yesterday obviously means my life wont let me have a good nights sleep. last night i slept for seven hours, i know, its not that bad, but i wouldnt mind some good sleep after a busy day.anyway, not that im up i suppose i can talk about my busy day. 578 more words

Teresa and the Chicken

Disclaimer: Names have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals (or mildly altered because it’s funny).


I couldn’t help but laugh looking up at Condor and Stepe darting around on the roof, scrambling to cover up the massive windowless skylight we had created in Teresa’s house. 1,008 more words


Learn to knit...and help a charity too!

I’ve just been reviewed my list of experiences and, as I mentioned the other day, I’ll be ticking off a few things from around May. Between now and then, I still have a few plans but nothing significant. 199 more words

Bucket List

I've won an Outstanding Volunteer Award!

On Thursday Night at 6pm to 9pm it was the Wednesbury Community Awards

The award scheme is being run by Sandwell Community Hubs working in partnership with the Sandwell Council and is open to community sector organisations and individuals able to demonstrate that they have improved community wellbeing within the past 12 months. 16 more words

Voluntary Work

Volunteering with TNR: Post-Adoption House Visits

Some of our volunteers do house visits after an animal gets adopted through TNR Trust. We perform this extra service a few weeks after the adoption to make sure that the animal and his/her new family are compatible and that the animal has settled in well. 201 more words


Curiosity #88: Freedom in Lembata

I managed to escape. On the same day I published my last post, I took a car to the nearest city, Larantuka, paced across the sea port, and boarded the next boat to the island of Lembata. 1,396 more words