Upcoming Events

  1. Belleisle fright night

    October 28 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  2. Traditional medicine and herbs used in the time of Robert Burns

    November 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Walking the dragon, family friendly walk with stories, Irvine

Walk across Irvine bay to the stone dragon, learn about landscape, history, wildlife with traditional stories to celebrate Scottish endeavour. […]

rhythm, rhyme and reason

I love to write. It drives me mad at times: my dyslexia gets in the way and the letters muddle furiously, words interchange and confuse me. Yesterday I was through Glasgow Central station and read ‘Changing toilets, inaccessible places’

No, it wasn’t mean to be read like that, my brain was running away with words […]

Staff of life, story-bikes and Andy

Mum was a bit sad this week. It seems humans worry about all sorts of things they can’t change including other human’s health. Instead of calling the vet she chewed her nails and typed on her word machine, face booking, as she calls it. The face she was worried about is indeed a very attractive […]

New Year bargains, the chestnut tart

cat on aga and baking

chestnut tart,now just add chocolate

Mum likes picking up bargains. I think its so she can spend lots more of her cash on my tasty teas. I am a pretty picky eater these days. After the festive season she says luxury foods like canned chestnuts and fresh nuts can be bought for a snip. […]

Christmas crumpet and tasty tarts

gluten free crumpets

Some persons say cats and stove tops don’t mix. Such Bodies of little discernment miss out on learning our Kitty recipes. Being an Aga stove-loving cat, i am in the perfect position most days to learn masses of delicious recipes. I thought I would share some of them with you.

My Mum loves crumpets, […]