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The Lizard Diaries, part 4.

So, this entry is going to be a short one as the human keeps moaning that I have to use her laptop all the time! Well, if she’s that bothered, she should buy me one!

Tonight has been pretty eventful, I’ve started a work out, I really need to get in shape as all the meal worms I’ve been eating are really starting to make me pile on the pounds!

Anyway, I reckon my workout is that good that I should make my own fitness DVD! It involves a lot of running around and jumping off fairly high surfaces, so it would not be a suitable work out for those who are at a tender age.

What you need to do is, you start at the bottom of your workout space For me, my workout space of choice is my vivarium. What you then need to do is start to climb up the side of the wall and hang from the top for a while, you then wait for your human to get nice and relaxed in bed and you drop your entire body weight to the floor making a huge thud. This will annoy your human, so you’re bound to get told off which will then get your blood pumping! I suggest you repeat that simple step until your human decides to feed you again in hope it will shut you up.



Cirque Du Spiceal

Kerrang-man, Kev wants you to go to an event in Birmingham! I’d go, but I’m a gecko so I can’t..

Social Media Marketing

Hey, it’s the ‘human’. I think you should check this out if you’re a business that needs help with using social media!

A Best Friend in Lizard Form

“How can your pet be one of your closest friends?”

I don’t know, maybe it’s because..
They’re always happy to sit with you no matter what your mood is.
Maybe it’s because they’re never going to tell anyone anything that you’ve said that could get you into trouble.
Or maybe it’s because when you feel really bad about something, they some how know.

Cleo’s only tiny and half the time doesn’t show an interest in me at all, but I love her to bits. I am quite happy to let her sit on my shoulder all night while I carry on with my own thing.
She comes across as if she doesn’t like me very much, but deep down, I know she loves me.. But, if she doesn’t, then she’ll just have to get used to me talking to her in a baby voice and sticking my face against her viv, because she’s got it for the next 10 years, sorry Cleo, I’m going no where!

Cleo Updating!

Cleo updating all her social networking sites!

The Lizard Diaries, part 3.


The human came home today saying she had bought me some presents, I wasn’t too interested at the time because I thought she meant ‘presents’ that benefit her more than me. I was wrong, she bought me a new pot to play in AND some juicy, juicy meal worms! I do love the human sometimes.

Daddy-human tried to get me out of my vivarium but he scared me so I shook my tail at him. You don’t just barge into someones room while they’re asleep and start grabbing at them, it’s scary and rude! When I finally trusted him enough, I grabbed onto him, but as soon as I saw the human I jumped onto her, for some reason, she seemed less scary than usual.

I was allowed to have a little play on the bed with Daddy-human and the human while they took it in turns to tidy my room. I kept running up the humans arm repeatedly and sitting on her neck so she couldn’t get me, I found this fun and amusing, the human however, did not.

The human telling me off.

After a while, all the fun I was having ended up making me very sleepy, so I cuddled up to Daddy-human while the human finished tidying my room. I was nodding off next to Daddy-human when all of a sudden FLASH! The human had got that weird device out again, I think it’s called a camera.

Snuggle time with the Daddy-human.

When I got back into my room, everything had changed, I had a new floor, my logs had moved and I had a new pot. I thought to myself, I don’t remember entering myself onto DIY SOS! The human put me onto my new pot and I sat there for a while, I then decided to explore the rest of my newly decorated viv. As I went to jump onto my log, I missed and slid down the wall and landed on my side, this was really embarrassing, but it made the human panic, muahaha!

Sitting on my new pot.

Compton Hospice Celebrate The Good Ol’ 80s!

I like to watch films with Cleo, I let her sit on my shoulder while I watch a DVD sometimes and she seems to stay still for a while. I’m a fan of many Tim Burton films so they’re quite possibly Cleo’s favourite films too.

Today I was told to write a blog post about something I find interesting from the 80s to help promote an 80s night that is being held by Compton Hospice.

So, that is exactly what I am going to do.

Tim Burton, the famous director behind films such as Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas and Sweeney Todd first started off his career in the 1980s. A well known Burton film from the 80s is the film ‘Beetlejuice’.

I love the films Tim Burton makes because they’re so different, each of his films have a similar feel but not one of them are the same. I like this because there’s always something that’ll pop up that is completely unexpected and fantastic! Tim Burton’s style of writing and animation has inspired me in the past when I was having to write up my own film ideas and when I was working on animation back in college. I find Tim Burton’s imagination interesting and if I could, I would like to spend a day inside his head just so I could experience his imagination full on. I know meeting Tim and talking to him about his future idea’s would be more practical, but where’s the fun it that?

Speaking of films, another one of my favourite films from the 80s is the Back to the Future films. I am looking forward to having a ride in the legendary DeLorean time machine myself at the Compton Hospice 80s night. If you were ‘made in the 80s’ I suggest you think about checking out Compton Hospice’s website and having a look at what the event has in store. I guarantee, it’ll be totally fresh!

Click on the links above or below for more information about Compton Hospice and their events.




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