Hedgehog safari.

Hedgehog meadowWhat author has not suffered from distraction?

Normally, in my case, it’s the temptations of Facebook and baseball streams that hinder my progress with  ‘Evhen & Uurth’ (w/t.)

But last night, for the first time in ages, a wee hedgehog scurried past my living room window. And having reached an impasse with chapter #7 of my light-hearted fantasy, I impulsively decided to try something new – a  two-part wildlife documentary.

Realistically, it should be entitled, ‘All You Need To Forget About Hedgehogs, Parts 1 & 2.’

But it isn’t.

Right. Back to writing it is, then.



2 thoughts on “Hedgehog safari.

  1. Sarah Potter Writes June 21, 2017 / 2:57 pm

    That is just so sweet 🙂 I haven’t seen a hedgehog for ages. A few years ago, I heard this strange loud snorting noise in the shrubbery at night and shone the torch in the direction of the sound, to see two hedgehogs mating. As you can imagine, there were some baby hedgehogs around that year!


  2. Cee Tee Jackson June 21, 2017 / 6:00 pm

    It’s weird – Diane and I had just been talking about the TV programe due on the following night. I had mentioned to her that I hadn’t seen one since last summer, and that unfortunately, it was likely down to the fact that we need to leave slug pellets around all out flower borders. And then — half an hour later, this one rushes across our lawn. Spook!


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