This year will be one for change for the Moore family. Hopefully, both Zoë and Alexandra will graduate from their universities, following hard on the heels of their mother, Lucy, who graduated with a 2.1 in Physiotherapy last year. Zoë has a vague plan to find somewhere to live with her boyfriend in North London. Of course that depends on finding suitable work, not the easiest of tasks for graduates these days, but the specialist nature of her course with Imperial College will help (hopefully). Read more […]
Well, the dogs are enjoying the hot weather – took our dogs (Kich & Tag) and my brother's dog Toby for a walk on Lilleshall Hill, Shropshire, UK. Dogs via Public RSS-Feed of Stuart Moore. Created with the PIXELMECHANICS ‘GPlusRSS-Webtool’ at http://gplusrss.com https://plus.google.com/108083406947097710872/posts/RRdxq42t1FX Read more […]
Not sure why, but I find this somewhat disturbing. Dogs dressed as their owners – in pictureshttp://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/gallery/2013/jun/27/dogs-dressed-as-owners-in-pictures Do dogs really look like their owners? They do in this project by Swiss photographer Sebastian Magnani – he has spliced together portraits of the owners with their four-legged friends in a series called Underdogs via Public RSS-Feed of Stuart Moore. Created with the PIXELMECHANICS ‘GPlusRSS-Webtool’ Read more […]
This illustrates a key difference between dogs and cats for me. I know many people get considerable pleasure from their cats but for me it seems cats are mostly self interested and dogs are interested in me (or whoever the pack leader is). Note this well +Anna stanaj and +Lucy Moore via +Richard Cummings via Google+ https://plus.google.com/108083406947097710872/posts/e4tCyDQQE2r Read more […]
Took the dogs out for a walk on the local hill, and could not resist a little messing about with shadows. See and download the full gallery on posterous Posted via email from Togger Read more […]
"Artifical insemination is when the farmer does it to the cow instead of the bull." http://bit.ly/buKAxe # There are 26 vitamins in all, but some of the letters are yet to be discovered. (school science exam answer http://bit.ly/csYZBH ) # Looking forward to RSC production of Romeo & Juliet in Stratford tonight. # For those fed up of cats (theoretical) http://decatting.blogspot.com/?spref=tw # The final lighting solution: The Flash Helmet http://bit.ly/9fxuJl 🙂 #strobist Read more […]
Took dogs for walk in field next door. Lovely day. Guess land will be set for new crop soon. Muck spreading overdue. Dogs will love, us not!
I am not a cat person, by a long margin. We did not have any when I was a kid and what I did see of them in other people’s homes did nothing for me. I have long regarded them as parasites. I like dogs. We had dogs when I was a kid. For many years it was impractical for us to have a dog. As I felt the kids were missing out on the experience of having pets, I relented and agreed (suggested in fact, as no one else would have dared) to get a cat. We acquired a used model that we decided to call Kirtsie. Read more […]
Big question now is: did the folks at home remember to feed my fish? Not worried about the dogs – they let you know when they are hungry.
Heavy rain most of the night and still going strong in the morning. We did not feel motivated to do very much. We had planned a day out in a particularly beautiful area near by including a couple of waterfall visits. We decided, somewhat reluctantly, to head back to Inverness and hit the shopping centre. My eldest daughter hates shopping so this was not a great option for her. Not great for the dogs either but it was time for some retail therapy. We had a great Italian meal for lunch (decent places Read more […]