Something For The Weekend

Laura: We visit the Donkey Sanctuary once a year. Last time, this little feller had just been born. Meet Charlie and his mum.

Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary

Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary

Petworth Park, West Sussex

Petworth Park, West Sussex

Celia: We’ve been thinking about the wars a lot in school this year. On a trip to Staffordshire Regimental Museum, the children were amazed and impressed that wartime bomb shelters were named after me, although not surprised that I was old enough for this.

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8 Comments »

  1. 1

    That was very educational, Celia – I had to go away and Google who those shelters actually WERE named after!
    Thank you!

  2. 2

    I see a thriving future young master Donkey. Seasonal work in Nativity plays! They’ll love him in your local primary school and playgroups. πŸ™‚

    • 3
      The Romaniacs Says:

      He’ll be a lot bigger now, John. I love the Donkey Sanctuary. They do fantastic work. πŸ™‚

  3. 4

    I’ve recently been in Rajasthan where there are many donkeys in work. I hadn’t realised before the trip how small they are. anne stenhouse

    • 5
      The Romaniacs Says:

      They hurt if they stand on your foot, though, Anne, as my daughter will testify πŸ˜‰

      • 6

        Oh Dear. My dh once asked me to avoid standing on his patch of cyclamen. When I pointed out how small my feet were, he said that made the weight more concentrated. Hope your daughter didn’t suffer any lasting damage. anne

      • 7
        The Romaniacs Says:

        She was fine, Thanks, Anne. She was distracted by the donkey biting her foot … Thankfully, my daughter is made of strong stuff πŸ™‚

  4. 8

    You mean they weren’t for me, June?? x


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