Hey you, yes you reading this now


Hey you, yes you reading this now
Have you got your voter ID, don’t have a cow
It’s vital to exercise your right to vote
So don’t leave it until the last hour, it’s all afloat

No matter your age, your colour or gender
Your voice needs to be heard, no need to surrender
Use it wisely, for the future lies ahead
Don’t be swayed by the rumours or things that are said

It’s your chance to make a real difference
So don’t let it slip, with any indifference
Your vote matters, don’t let it go to waste
Without it, there’s no voice, no future, just a disgrace

Photo by Flu00e1vio Santos on Pexels.com

So go out, make your mark and have your say
With your voter ID, you can help shape the day
It’s a duty, we all should take with pride
For without it, our futures all collide.




Make sure you can vote.

A polling station. Photo by Edmond Dantu00e8s on Pexels.com

Well, well, well, looks like someone’s looking to exercise their democratic rights! But hold your horses there, champ. Don’t forget that in order to vote in any future elections, you’ll need your trusty voter ID card. Yes sir, it’s just as important as bringing your ID when you’re buying a round of drinks at the pub – you simply can’t do without it. So whether you’re voting for the next Prime Minister, the local dog catcher or even the Miss Universe beauty pageant (okay maybe not that last one), make sure you’ve got your ID ready to rock and roll. After all, democracy is the ultimate party and we don’t want anyone getting turned away at the door now do we? Cheers to that!

If you are not sure what you need, then please dash and have a look on here to ensure you can indeed vote https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/voter-id


Check your ID is valid before heading to the polling station.


The government has recently implemented new regulations for voting. As a result, it is now mandatory to present a valid photo ID to cast your vote. However, it is important to note that not all forms of identification are acceptable. Even if your ID is accepted, it may not be valid for every age group. For instance, bus passes are permitted, but only for specific groups of individuals. Therefore, it is crucial to double-check if your ID is valid before heading to the polling station.

It is imperative to understand that failure to present the appropriate ID will result in being denied the right to vote. So, make sure to prepare and bring the necessary identification to avoid any inconvenience.

This link will explain what is required in your area of the UK, make sure you select the correct country for you.

Photo by Dom J on Pexels.com


Who am I?

Now, I could sit here and tell you my name, age, where I live etc… but that wouldn’t tell you who I as a person am.


I am someone who is more than happy to abseil from the roof of a building, yet worries about not knowing the depth of drop of a kerb.

I love to listen to music, but want to be able to hear and understand the words, so I don’t like Opera.

Other people’s company is lovely, but I prefer to enjoy one or two people’s company rather than a party/group of people.

Definitely a major dog lover, I am a huge animal person, but cats aren’t really my favoured kind of pet. I’d rather have a dog, or a Bearded dragon, or a snake. Sugar Gliders fascinate me, but I’m not sure that I’d want one.

Food wise I prefer my meals to be simple in style, and not covered in fancy sauces. Though I do like sweet n sour chicken, and that has a sauce. Snacks, salty quite often, I don’t tend to add salt to food, but do enjoy the occasional salty snack. I am a fairly fussy eater, but I do know what I like.

Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko on Pexels.com

I believe everyone is of equal value, and no one should suffer due to the greed of others. Each person should be able to afford to eat, keep warm, housed, and clothed to a comfortable, safe, and decent level.

I absolutely encourage everyone who can, to vote. Remember if you are in the UK you will need voter ID for the next chance to vote in May, so find the list of what ID is accepted, and if you don’t have it then apply ASAP for free voter ID before the rush nearer the time starts. Stand up and be counted.

I prefer cold to rain, but my favourite seasons are spring and autumn. The summers are starting to have heatwaves, and winter is just wet, cold and windy. I go out in pretty much any weather, unless it’s not safe for me to do so.

Gardening is a great therapy, very peaceful and I love to see what I’ve planted grow and come to life in front of me, I container garden though as it’s more accessible. Last year as well as flowers, I grew tomatoes, peppers and strawberries.