Kevin had a go at me for not posting here more often. It’s not that easy, you know, since I’m downstairs and he’s up here. It takes longer to do a nice post than ‘update his status’ on Facebook. He promised you a photo of the huge carrots that Uncle Mo gave us from his garden. Mummy made one of them into a carrot cake, which she said was very tasty. We just enjoyed them as carrots, thank you very much. Continue reading
I am writing on behalf of Kevin who wanted to complain on Facebook but you’ve been too busy to let him on it.
Last Tuesday you left us out in the rain. I know you were out in it too when there were only a few drops, but later it started raining and you were indoors working and you didn’t notice till the ground was all wet. Continue reading
Dougall won this lovely rosette by entering the Rodents with Attitude Piggy of the Month (POTM) competition. The theme for July was Bad Hair Day, and Mummy entered a picture she took of him when he’d had all his hair cut off!As you can see, his hair is growing back very fast!
Today is the seventh anniversary of the most important date in history – the day Mummy brought home her first guinea pigs, the legendary Fred and George (whom this blog is named after*). Continue reading
I’m sure I could do the A to Z Challenge. It happens every April. Victor did it when he was my age and he enjoyed it. He made lots of new friends too, and the links to some of them are in the “Z to A Backlinks” list on the side. Continue reading
Even though we haven’t been out in the garden much this week, Mummy’s been bringing in loads of leaves for our breakfast. Continue reading
We have an offical mourning period of seven weeks (seven is a special guinea pig number) so we are still in mourning until 17th July, according to Mummy. Continue reading
Auntie Dawn and Uncle Wayne have just left us. It was so exciting while they were here. We were just getting used to them and now they’ve gone :( Continue reading
It’s been five days since Victor went to the Rainbow Bridge. It’s very quiet in the morning without him. I miss checking up on him and hugging him, and grooming his face to make sure he was ok. Continue reading