A shy and rather timid creature, bashful badger roams the undergrowth in the dead of night, unearthing material to mould into some kind of blog.  Persistent burrowing can sometimes reap unexpected rewards and other times all you end up with is some rather pungent compost. Feel free to follow this woodland denizen as it evades attempts to cull its kind and continues its nocturnal rambles through popular (and unpopular) culture.

Apologies for the protracted silence from badger world. He’s been honing his lyrical talents for the NaPoWriMo 30 poems challenge for April (poem in a white ribbed vest). Not to mention licking his wounds after a bruising legal bust-up with a disgruntled blog subject. But as yet still unculled.

4 responses »

  1. VisitSiena says:

    thank you for following my blog! happy that you like it 🙂 what an interesting blog you have! for sure will be back here 🙂

  2. Sarah Askaroff says:

    Hi,

    I work for a charity called SeeAbility and we are doing a one off fundraising gig with the original cast members of Sunny Afternoon. We really like the photo you took and would love to use it to promote the event. Would you be kind enough to let us use your image for free? It will go on the Richmond Theatre website and maybe other material. We can credit you as you see fit. Please let me know if this is alright – we won’t use it without your permission.

    Sarah

    • Hi Sarah, I think the photo of the cast was probably a publicity shot from the show itself so I don’t own it. I guess I must have got it off the web. As far as I’m concerned you’re very welcome to use it. Thanks. Bashful

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