Monthly Archives: December 2005

Christmas Newsletter

The year kicked off dramatically enough. Sharon and her partner Bill came over from Sydney to stay with us for Christmas 2004. The Tsunami hit on Boxing Day and within 48 hours Bill, who works for M├ędecins San Frontieres, was … Continue reading

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Tessa has left us.

Tessa went peacefully last night. The whole thing took about 40 seconds. Megan and I were with her right through. Ann said goodbye a little while before and fed her a treat but didn’t want to watch her go. Yesterday … Continue reading

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Tessa Has a Bad Day

I think the time may have arrived for Tessa to leave us. After my last visit to the vet four weeks ago, Tessa stabilised somewhat with a Diastix reading of just over ‘trace’ on 22 units of insulin. However, in … Continue reading

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Blue Tongue Lizard – a Love Story

Blue Tongue Lizards mate for life.A pair lives, or rather lived, in our front garden. Blue Tongue Lizards are good neighbours. They eat mice and other small vermin. It’s rather flattering that a pair should adopt us as their landlords. … Continue reading

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