Tiddles' Great Uncle Selwyn was a Coal Miner in the Welsh Valley's many years ago. Tiddles has borrowed his shovel, wheelbarrow and some coal to demonstrate an example of a 'fossil fuel'. Clever Tiger!
Hi Everyone! It's busy, busy, busy in the House of Tiddles! I am working hard to get all the artwork sent off by the end of this month (eek!) and also negotiating for a Secondary School level book! Of course, I have to do all my usual school visits and other partnership-working stuff, so Thunder Birds are certainly Go here! It's good fun, though; I never thought I would be here this time last year! Hope you are all well, I miss reading your blogs and commenting very much, but hope to catch up soon!
I live in deepest, darkest Galloway in South West Scotland in a beautiful old cottage with my partner and two pussycats, Bob and Bacon. Bob is the boss of all of us, and we are but his mere slaves and pander to his every whim!
We have a little summer hut situated on the shores of Lago Trasimeno in Umbria; it's a great place place to escape to, riding my pink bicycle in the sunshine!