Here I am on Bailey, enjoying my first hack in the countryside in 25 yrs. I can’t adequately express how happy it makes me to be on a horse again, at the grand old age of 53, with an
In June of this year, I found myself sitting in a room with five other chronic pain sufferers, under the care and tutelage of the experts from the Royal National Orthopaedic hospital in Stanmore, Middlesex. I had been waiting for
At the end of May I was invited to be part of Medical Detection Dogs Graduation and Celebration Day at Stowe School, near Buckingham. What little I know about the charity has been learnt through my contact with them, since
Recently I received a slew of positive comments about this blog. One in particular highlighted the dilemma I face with each blog I create. Google is blind to creative minds and diverse lives! I know this, not only because I’ve been
I recently went to an exhibition at Obsidian Art Gallery. It was part of Bucks Open Studios – a three-week long celebration of artists and their work in Buckinghamshire. I was fortunate enough to acquire (a gift from my mother)
When I fractured my ankle in a Tsunami 30 years ago, I didn’t envisage hoping for a fusion between veterinary medicine and human to solve my problem.
Louise Frantom and her husband Des, moved to our village 23 years ago in 1993. She remembers coming down the hill and seeing the lovely village green (for a shot of the Green, see my blog ‘Bucks and Pups’). It
From Ruislip to Wooburn Green to find family, fun and fulfilment.
Making the most of good days with Hypermobility Syndrome
Amber is one of my two Sprocker Spaniels. Ellie is a puppy from Amber’s first litter and now a professional truffle dog. Marion Dean founded the Truffle Hunters Dog School after having to change direction due to a health problem which left