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November 30, 2016

Posted on November 30, 2016 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (0)

I thought it was time to have my say in the form of a blog entry after all these years behind the scenes. So, first of all and most importantly, I would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to all of my readers! Your appreciation of my stories means more to me than I can even express. The notes I receive in the form of emails or comments or reviews really keep me going, and that is the truth. So thank you - very much!

 

On that note, I am happy to announce that my newest creation, Teddy and Pip’s Big Adventure, is now available! You can find it on Amazon.com - probably by the time this blog is posted, and for sure within a day or two. Best of times! I am taking pre-orders right now on my website. If you order before the 19th of December, I will get the books to you by Christmas.

 

I have always thought books were great gifts, and I treasured my own as a child and young adult. I can still recall curling up in a favorite chair during my week off of school with a new story to read. If you, like me, are considering the gift of books for Christmas, I hope you will check out my “2 for $15” sale! Any two books for a total of $15 (plus tax) on www.teddyandpip.com.

 

For those of you new to the series, here are the stories listed in order:

 

  1. A Tale of Two Guinea Pigs
  2. The Bridezilla Who Stole Christmas
  3. The Trouble with Max
  4. Nubb Trouble
  5. The Case of the Halloween Spy
  6. Teddy and Pip’s Big Adventure

 

As long as I am on the subject of gifts, I ran across some really cool items for guinea pigs - who, of course, need presents too! Tee hee! Check out these cool non-tip bowls! I don’t know about you, but my guineas have always had a habit of tipping over their bowls and spilling food. The treat ball would be a great stocking stuffer too! Please take a look at the links below and support Janice and her daughter in their exciting and fun guinea pig-friendly venture!

 

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And how about these cozies? I just love these things!!

http://www.guineapigmarket.com/magic-muff#.WD4DQvkrJPY

 

 

As November wraps up here in so-far snowless Minnesota, my thoughts, like most peoples’, turn toward the busy bustling holidays. There are lights to string and halls to deck and, of course, gifts to buy. But in the back of my mind, I am beginning to plot out the next Teddy and Pip story. And in the middle or front of my mind is the finalizing of Silver Linings – a novel for teens – which has been very close to my heart for many years. I hope for that story to be available soon, so those of you with young girls moving into the tweens and teens can check it out.

 

Well, that’s all for now.

As Pip would say, “OVER AND COPY!”

And Teddy would say, “Over and over!”

 

Lisa

 

TURKEYS - by Teddy and Pip

Posted on June 8, 2016 at 11:40 AM Comments comments (0)

This blogging is from both Teddy and Pip today because we have a worry in both of our heads right now and it is called turkeys in the yard. Yes, friends, there are those things in our very own yard nowadays and we are not happy about this. It is not the time of Thanksgiving - it is the time of summer, so it is not making sense to us that there are turkeys on our minds and in our very yard.

Turkeys are scary, and their beaks are big BIG BIG! They will eat a guinea pig if you let them, so do not let them into your houses, people!

They walk and walk and walk and sometimes chase, and then they peck and peck and peck and scritch-scratch with their big turkey feet. They truly do! WORST OF TIMES! They want to eat everything, and that means guinea pigs, too. They will knock on the door with their beaks and want to come in, but do not let them in, okay?

They have feathers and feathers and feathers and wiggly red on their faces, and always they are pecking.

They do not say the word of "gobble," but instead it is words like "bloog bloog glob glup gloop." So do not believe the stories about "gobble gobble" – they are not true.

The bigger or biggest turkey is the boss and he has the feather-fan going on and walks real slow like he is in charge of the whole world. He scares us most of all, so especially do not let that one come inside.

Thank you for listening to this blog about turkeys. Have a nice day. Do not let them in.

Over and out,

Teddy and Pip

Garden Treats - by Teddy

Posted on March 19, 2015 at 1:15 AM Comments comments (2)

It is the time now of get ready for a garden! Garden veggies are the best of the best of times. You know that thing, I know you do. Grow some veggies for your guinea pigs and they will be happy. Gardeny sweet lettuce is a favorite thing of Teddy and his Pip. Our humans grow it for us and sometimes when outside animals do not eat it all up, like rabbits or others, we get to eat it up our little selfs. Mmm mmm! Also gardeny peas are best of times. Roly and poly and sweet. Teddy likes food very much so that is why I am doing blog about food instead of songs or other things that Pip likes to bloggety blog about.

But yes, Teddy’s song is a good time and I thank you fans for liking it and saying I am a twinkling star some of the time.

I hope you are all happy and well and having a springy springtime!

Read books and eat veggies!

Love and wheeks,

 

Teddy

Teddy Is Not a Rock Star - by Pip

Posted on March 19, 2015 at 1:15 AM Comments comments (3)

THIS IS PIP TALKING AND I WILL SAY TO YOU HUMANS THAT TEDDY IS NOT A ROCK STAR. HE MADE A SONG AND IT IS SOME GOOD, YES, THAT IS TRUE. BUT ONE SONG DOES NOT MEAN ROCK STAR IS HAPPENING. DO NOT BE AFRAID BECAUSE PIP IS STILL ROCKING AND THE HIT SINGLES WILL KEEP COMING! PIP IS NOT THE THING OF JEALOUS BECAUSE PIP DOES NOT DO JEALOUS. SO DO NOT HAVE WORRIES ABOUT THAT TOO OR EITHER. PIP IS ME AND FUN TO BE!

ROCK ON, FANS.

PIP

 

Things That Are NO GOOD - by Pip

Posted on January 31, 2014 at 5:35 PM Comments comments (2)

Today I will tell you the things that are NO GOOD from the clickety Best Friends Club sign-up. If you are not a best friend so far, this will help you to get a double gold star. And that is okay. It is a better thing to know these things about Pip and Teddy instead of thinking wrong things about us and what we like or love. Or do not like one bit.

- Elephants (Scary!)

- Max (NO GOOD! Tee hee!)

- Baths (NO WAY!)

- Tap water (NO GOOD!)

- Buckets (WORST OF ALL TIMES!)

- Toe nail trimming (NOBODY LIKES THAT!)

- Mom Jane (MOM JANE IS NO GOOD!)

- Corn (NOT FOR PIP!)

- Maps (MAPS ARE NO GOOD!!!!!)  

The rest of that list are the Best of Times things, so there you go. You’re welcome.

The end.

Pip


Here is a bonus: MY SONG ABOUT CORN – by Pip

Corn corn corn corn…

I don’t eat that thing called

corn corn corn corn…

I don’t know much about

corn corn corn corn.

The end

Unplugged - by Teddy

Posted on August 6, 2013 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (2)

Hello people! This is Teddy and I am going to talk to you in this blog about things to do that are not about computers or phoney-phone-phones or TV or anything else you need to plug in or charge up. These are things kids can do even if there is a big boomy storm and the stuff called electric goes away for a while. I know this is hard to think about and maybe some scary, but do not worry, it will be okay.

 

Talking is a good thing. Take it from a guinea pig who does that thing, it is a good thing to do. Talking with a person who wants to hear what you are thinking about is much good and makes happy feelings. Teddy likes to sit with best friend Wally, best friend Amelia, or best friend Molly Jane and talk about things that we all like. Food is a good thing to talk about, and sometimes we talk about Pip and his crazy behaving. Molly Jane sometimes has troubles to share and her guinea pig friends have the answers to those things. Other times, we make up stories to make laughing happen and it is much fun! Try a talk with a human or guinea pig today!

 

Molly Jane likes to do a thing called crafts. This thing is about sparkling stuff and glue and paper. Sometimes other things. Guinea pigs are not to eat these things or even chew them up, so it is only a human fun thing, maybe only human girls. You will have to ask Molly Jane for more about that. Lots of times, she does crafts and they turn into happy loving words on paper for grandmas who really do need that thing. Send love and words to a grandma or a bunch of grandmas – and grandpas too, but not with so much pink or sparkles. Ask your mom about this stuff and they will help and then tell you to clean up the mess when you are all done. Do not let your guinea pig eat sparkles, glue, or anything sticky. They can chew on some paper if they want to.

 

Running. I am a guinea pig who sometimes likes to run. Mostly, I walk, but there are times when I want to run and run and it is some fun. Humans like to see this and do a lot of tee hee about it. People and guinea pigs should let their legs go the thing of “nuts” sometimes and have fun with full speed. But in a safe place with no dangerous cars, like in a big park with grassy grass. Guinea pigs can run anywhere in a house where it is safe and sound and the humans can be in charge of that safety thing. Pip and me have a special racetrack house and so we can run when we want, which is best of times. Pip can do much speedy speed and it is sometimes a worry for us all. After running, it is a good time for water, a snack and a nap.

 

Grow a garden for guinea pigs because fresh garden veggies are the best of best times. I think there was a blog in other days ago that I said this thing, but it is a good one and needs to be said again. There are these things or places called Farmer’s Market and there are veggies there from gardens of other people called farmers or gardeners, maybe. They know how to do the growing and those veggies are much good. Make sure the veggies you choose are safe for guinea pigs and then clean off the muddy mud mud, we do not like muddy or dirty stuff. PU.

 

Games and cards are good things, too, that are not plugged in and so do that, too. A family of humans can bring those things anywhere, even in a tent, or a fort that you make out of chairs and blankets. Molly Jane very much likes to do that thing in her house and then to use a flashlight light, and then Teddy and Pip can come in that dark tenty place for a while until we are scared out of our heads and need to get out.

 

Okay, I need to be done with this blog now because it is time for reading with Amelia and then we will do some music listening. Time with best friends is the best of all and I will add those two things to the good list I just finished – reading with friends out loud is the best of times and sometimes much funny, too – especially especially books about Teddy and Pip. And music is a good thing, if there is electric. Otherwise, you can sing or hum with your own voice, I suppose. Pip does that very much, as you all know.

 

Happy August and summer time to all!

 

Teddy

Little Yellow Birds - by Pip

Posted on August 6, 2013 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (1)

Hello fans, this is Pip speaking. It is time to blog. Maybe it is past time and I am sorry for that. I am a very busy dude, as you surely know, and my words are wanted by many many fans. So listen up and enjoy them when you can get them.

 

Amelia puts a bird feeding tube outside the window. I do not know why she did that thing, but now little yellow birds always are coming and going and going and coming all the day long. They make the sound only of FWEEEEEP! but do not talk with words. Molly Jane’s scary bird says words, but we do not like to speak of that bird. (Ooops! I spoke of him just now! Tee hee!) Anyway, those little yellow birds do not come in our house so we are safe from their claw feet and sharp beaks. That is why I am not afraid of them. Plus, they are teeny and tiny compared to us guinea pigs. Plus again they do not want to do anything but eat – little tiny black seeds, not guinea pigs.

 

Little Yellow Birds

Tweet tweet tweet

All they do is tweet and eat

 

I am working more on this song, it is not finished. It will surely be a hit single.

 

Summer is a good time for watching little yellow birds do what they do, but do not try to understand them, or any bird, because it is not possible.

 

Guinea pigs rule!

 

Peace out, dudes – Pip

Pip's Christmas Hit Single

Posted on December 19, 2012 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (2)

Hello humans! Pip speaking.  It is December and that is the time of Christmas. There was a time, some time ago, when there was no Christmas for Teddy and me. It was the worst of times. Amelia was a Bridezilla but she is done with that for now so I will not speak of it anymore.

 

Christmas is another time for Pip to be a star because it is a time of music. I have done Christmas songs before and they were hit singles. Here is a new song for you to love.

 

Christmas is stars and bells and song

Christmas will come but it takes too long (to come)!

Christmas is gifts most specially for Pip

(This is the part you should not ever skip!)

 

Christmas is no time for jokes and tricks (that is Halloween)

Christmas is no time for chicks or bricks (there is no good time for bricks)

Christmas is the time for love and joy

Christmas I much much much enjoy!

DO NOT EAT THE CHRISTMAS TREE!

 

The end -- Pip

Christmas Presents - by Teddy

Posted on December 19, 2012 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (0)

What is a human kid or a guinea pig to do when it is the time of gift-giving and he or she is not able to go to a store because he or she cannot drive a car, truck, motorcycle, RV or even bicycle (because it is the time of winter)? What is he supposed to do if he has no money-card number to type in and buy things using the thing of computer-shopping? It is a problem for sure and I come to you today with advice.

The first answer and one lots of kids and all guinea pigs do is to ask a friendly human adult to do the shopping for you.

But! If you do not have any of that stuff called money, then you are in another leaky boat and we are right with you there. Pip and me do not ever get any of that money stuff for some reason so buying things is not at all possible. Since that is the boat we are floating or sinking in together, we have some ideas of how to give gifts without having any of it. Yes, kids, it is possible. Sometimes Christmas does not come from a store. (We learned of that from watching The Grinch on TV.) Are you ready for good ideas? Here we go!

CREATE. A good gift to give is one you make with your own hands and from your heart. Kids are the thing of creative and can make crafty crafts, pretty or exciting or interesting drawings, cards and other things from stuff they find around the very house they live in. Does your house have a thing called “craft drawer” or “junk drawer”? Or maybe interesting things are in your very room under your bed! Take a look. Add sparkles. Molly Jane does this most of the time with her crafty crafts.

MUSIC. Pip does that thing called writing songs, as you have to know, and songs (if they are nice) can be very good presents for people we like and love. Play or sing them very nice and your mom, dad, best friend, sister or brother will be appreciating and smiling. It is a good idea. Do not put the word “stink” in your songs.

BEING GOOD. This is a hard one for Pip, surely, but it is a gift that humans like a lot. If he will only be the thing of “not bad” that helps a bunch too. There are lots of things to say about this present and I will give each one its own number:

One important thing for guinea pigs to try is to be more quiet or less noisy. Pip can do the squealing so very much that our Amelia and Wally need to go outside into the cold wintry air to get a thing called “a break”. Turn down the volume on your voice. It is a good present for sure. Also no singing when humans have their bedtime. At least no loud singing. (That is mostly and only a Pip rule, I think.)

Being neat, or not being messy. Human kids have rooms where they put their many things and sometimes those things end up on the floor or on the bed or in a big mumble jumble. A present would be for those things to be put away in the place called “where it belongs”. Surprise your mom and dad with a cleaned-up room and see what happens. Pip and me try to do our potty in private and easy-to-clean-up places and not to throw food on the floor or anywhere else. Pip sometimes will chew up paper things and leave a big messy mess, but he is working on it. If being neat is too hard, “working on it” is a good present, too.

Eating vegetables. I only say this one for human kids. Pip and me think it is funny funny funny that eating veggies is a present for someone else because we love them so very much. Tee hee! Human kids can eat their veggies without any of that negotiating or begging going on and call it a present. But be careful not to give parents the thing called “a shock” by doing it too much. Tee hee! Kidding!

LOVE. The best gift of all is one of loving. Hug your mom, dad, sisters, brothers, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends and pets and say the words “I love you.” This is a good good gift that makes good feelings come and stay. Guinea pigs cannot do hugging because our arms are not long enough for that thing. So instead we lick our humans’ hands and sometimes purr. Because Pip and me can do human talk very good we can say those words of love and we know that humans like it very much. Do it, kids. It is a good idea and much better than a Scooby Doo chia pet or any other thing like that from a store.

I know it sometimes surely seems that the time of Christmas is about shopping and wrapping, unwrapping and all of that stuff, but Christmas started out some many years ago because a very special baby came to save and love all people. He surely wants no gifts from the mall or Amazon.com for His birthday. He doesn’t even want gold or smelly fancy smells. He only wants gifts of us being nice to each other and some peace on earth would be good too. That is peace I talk about, not peas. Peas are good, though. We like those roly poly things, but that is not what this bloggity blog is about. Tee hee! Teddy sometimes gets the thing called “distracted” when I think about veggies.

Okay, friends and fans, I have said my stuff. It is time to get back to the story Wally is reading to Pip and me. It is A Christmas Carol by our Dickens. It is some scary because there are ghosts but Wally promises that the end will make us relieved and happy and full of Christmas spirit. We told Wally not to make us mad so we are pretty sure he won’t. Because it is Christmas and that would be a good present.

P.S. DO NOT MAKE YOUR GUINEA PIGS MAD!

 

Merry Christmas to all friends!

I love you!

Teddy

(Theodore Hamilton III)

A Bit of His Story: Thanksgiving - by Teddy

Posted on November 18, 2012 at 6:15 PM Comments comments (3)

Dear Friends,

Today I will talk to you humans about Thanksgiving. My best friend Wally is a reader and he knows about this big long story called His Story. Whose story? The whole big world’s story, I guess. Wally has books and books and books so the story is so big it does not fit in just one or even one hundred. I know that is hard to believe, but it is true. I will tell you more of His Story at a later time. Today since Wally tells the part about Thanksgiving, which includes people called pilgrims and also others, I will share it with you.

Pilgrims came to our America from across the wide ocean on ships because they wanted a new chance at being what we all already are – and that is free. Free is the best of times! Pip is free to do his crazy singing, Teddy is free to do a blog or talk human talk to my best friends. Molly Jane is free to go to her school, be a detective, and also go to her church every week. So, thank you Pilgrims and others who worked so hard for free! Good job!

It was a hard time for those guys because America was different back then. There were no stores or hospitals and also no Petsmart. Everything was from scratch and it was cold sometimes and food did not grow easily. There were moments and more moments of sick or sadness or wanting to go back and take the way of ‘easy’ instead of ‘free’. But those pilgrims stayed tough and strong and then when there were best of times again that meant Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving was not always the thing you think of in the day that is today: a day of eating lots and watching football on the TV. There was no TV at all back then. Can you believe it? There was not even football. Maybe no balls of any kind of sort. No refrigerators or microwaves. None of that much good stuff. So what was there to be thankful for?

The day started out in the long ago days to be a day of celebrating… veggies.

I am not lying even a little bit. Ask Wally if you need a second opinion. The first time this day happened, it was celebrating veggies. It was a party because people who knew the land helped others to learn to grow them. And then they sat down to eat. So, you see, that is why this day is my kind of a day or thing. I approve of it very much!

In later days as days went by, and months and years, the day of eating veggies was changed into a day of being thankful for the veggies (and other foods, too). It was a day to pray and be appreciating of what we have. Appreciating and thanking are good manners and I approve of that thing. Good job!

Later in time, a president called Lincoln decided that a day to be thankful for food and other good things was a good idea for all of America. He said, "Let’s do this thing every year on the fourth Thursday in the month of November" (probably because nothing else is happening in November). Good job Mr. President!

In the time of nowadays, Thanksgiving is a day when grown-ups like Dad Dan take the day off of their work for a change. Kids get a break, too. There is no school for Wally to be teaching. Teenager kids get to spend hours and hours sleeping on that day, the day after, and two more days after. For them this is a good deal. Younger kids get to be home from school and do that thing called driving parents crazy. Also there is a parade to watch on TV with big big balloons that Pip and me like to watch (but sometimes we get scared out of our heads and need to turn it off.)

For people who do not have a lot of money and not good times, this can be a hard day and so it is good when others help them with sharing food and money. People can be good and sharing when their hearts are in the right place. Overall, Thanksgiving is best of times! Families gather and there is cooking and eating, laughing and thanking. It is a good day, the best of times. Football is not what it is about, neither is shopping. It is about people, praying, thanking and food.

Thanksgiving is also a day of extra special times with guinea pigs (who do not especially want to wear pilgrim hats or anything else of that sort). We want to have special veggies and hear stories and music, and maybe watch some football with the guys. Do not expect us to help with the dishes. That is not how we roll. (Tee hee!)

That is all I have to say for now. Best of times wished on all best friends and their families.

Love & Wheeks,

Teddy

Pip's Blog Blog Blog-a-roo

Posted on November 18, 2012 at 5:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Hello to my fans! This is Pip doing the blog blog blog-a-roo. I have been busy busy busy with my rock star life and that is why this thing has not been done. Teddy said to me that it is past time and that means LATE for doing my part.

 

 

 

So here you go, here are my human words for you humans, then you need to let me get back to my music.

 

 

 

Blog blog blog blog blog blog blog.

 

I don’t like that word.

 

It sounds like a frog.

 

 

 

Tee hee!

 

 

 

Okay, fans, that was a joke or trick. I will say more than just that word over and over because that does not do any good for anyone.

 

 

 

Here is a joke for you:

 

What did the baby corn say to the mama corn?

 

Here’s the answer. Get ready!

 

“Where’s pop corn?”

 

 

 

I don’t eat that thing called corn. Do you?

 

 

 

I want to know what squirrels are doing with their time. Always they are running and squirreling around. They do not seem to write songs or save the day. Guinea pigs rule!

 

 

 

Is that enough or do you want more blog, fans? I need to get back to work because I am writing a song about the day of Thanksgiving and so it is a busy day for me. “Thanksgiving rocks off your socks” is the title and it is very much grooving.

 

 

 

More?

 

Okay. Here is another joke:

 

Dude 1: somebody said you sounded like an owl.

 

Dude 2: who?

 

Tee hee!

 

 

 

Now are you happy fans? I gave you two jokes to tee and hee about. Be nice to guinea pigs on the day of Thanksgiving because they like to eat, too, you know.

 

Pip – over and out.

Summer and Veggies - by Teddy

Posted on June 22, 2012 at 11:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Teddy here, people, fans and others! It is summer now. Summer means the noise of grass cutting machinery and yelling boys outside of our house. Plus those squirrels. Squirrels are always running and digging and eating the food that Wally and Amelia put out for the birds. Pip and me are not crazy about birds, but outside birds do need their food and we are not sure that squirrels should be eating all of it. But they do. Squirrels are furry and their tails do flicking and curling up. They are some fun to watch most especially when they do a chase. Pip and me do a chase sometimes but we get tired soon and would rather eat hay or have a nap. Or watch the TV. Tee hee!

Our Wizarding Harry story is getting some scary and we need to take many breaks so we are not scared out of our little heads. Wally switched over to reading a story of "Hank the Cowdog" to us which is much funny and not scary, except when there are turkeys. Hank saves many days and lives in the place of Texas where it is hot sometimes and snowy for others.There are songs to sing and our Wally does a good job of singing them. There is a mean cat and we are not sure we are liking of that Pete, but we are liking of Hank and Drover very much. They have many adventures so we will make sure that our best friends get to the library many times and read them all to us.

Summer is also a time of things called fresh veggies. Veggies are things that guinea pigs love most of all and when they are fresh they are bringing joy and more joy to us so we will squeal for them and probably push each other around some to get at them. So two bowls are a good idea, with the same veggies in each. Pip and me will eat really fast so we can go get the veggies from the other bowl. It is a race and sometimes can mean squeaking and shoving. Tee hee! Do not worry, humans, we are ony loving veggies, not hurting guinea pigs. Fresh cucumbers and lettuce, parsley and tomatoes! Grow a garden, people, it is not a hard thing to do I am sure. Give your guinea pigs fresh veggies! Do not give guinea pigs the green parts of tomatoes, they are the worst of news and times. Don't do it! Also do not give them avocado or chocolate. Guinea pigs are smart guys and will not want that stuff, but do not trick them into trying it. Thank you for listening.

Molly Jane did a fun game for Pip and me called 'obstacle course'. It was a lot of tunnels all in a row with treats along the merry way - some tunnels were made of this stuff called cardboard, some were boxes with cut-out doors, sometimes she used pillows leaning on each other. It was fun for guinea pigs to go through this thing and to find a reward at the end of it all which was fresh veggies. Pip pretends we are secret agents and does songs about it. Maybe he will tell of his secret agent song in the blog he will do. If you are lucky, he will not.

It is time for your friend Teddy to hide now because Wally is coming at me with those things of nail clippers and that is worst of times. Wish me luck, people. Over, out and NO GOOD!

Wheek wheek,

 

Teddy

Pip's Blog Post

Posted on April 25, 2012 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (2)

I AM PIP AND I AM BLOGGING! READ THIS THING HUMANS, I MEAN IT!

 

The typing human tells Pip to stop yelling, so I am not yelling anymore. But it is not bad manners, it is helping all humans to hear me better. But I will stop the yelling anyway. Hello human fans and friends! I am Pip. Pip is me. It is fun to say - and fun to be. Pip. Pip pip pip pip. You are not so lucky to have a fun name like me. Sorry humans. But that is the way it is. It is the truth.

 

I come from Petsmart where pets who are smart come and go. I am a rock star and I write songs. My songs are hit singles and that is the truth. Read the books and then you will know what I mean.

 

Teddy says some songs of mine are bad manners, but that is not true. Mom is no good, she does not do what she should. That is the truth.

 

Pip tells the truth. It is good to tell the truth.

 

Max is a dude who eats dude food. That is the truth, too.

 

I don't know much about corn. That is the truth.

 

Kids need to eat their veggies. That is the truth.

 

I am all done with blogging now. I need to write a song about kids not eating veggies and then watch my favorite TV shows for a long long time before I write another hit single.

 

Peace out,

Pip

 

P.S. We watch a show about singing chipmunks, Teddy and me, and it is some funny and those chipmunks have hit singles alright! But they are not as cool as me. And are some squeaky, I think. Chipmunks do not eat the right things, I am telling you that right now. But they do like their Spongey Bob show so that is all right with me.

My FAVORITE THINGS - by Theodore Hamilton III (Teddy)

Posted on March 11, 2012 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (6)

Hello friends! Teddy speaking to you into a thing called recorder that wil turn into another thing called blog. To me blog sounds no good, it sounds like a sound a squishy frog might make, or maybe a hippo. But the humans say it is a good thing after all. It will put my words on the computer for the fans and friends to read and I am all for that. Pip and me will take turns doing this thing and I am first because I am the most reasonable. Pip is crazy more than half of the time and will say things that are bad manners probably. The human will need to do a thing called 'edit' so he does not hurt any or many feelings.

 

So I can talk about what I want today and I will talk about my favorite things with you. Eating is a favorite thing and maybe it is for you, too. I like food very much. Veggies are the best and all of you kids should eat them, too. I do not think kids eat enough of that good stuff. I like veggies so much that hearing them, smelling them and most surely seeing them makes me wheek with happy feelings, or impatient sometimes. Do you do that too? I have not heard Molly Jane wheek about veggies but sometimes she jumps up and down about things called cookies or other snacks.

 

I like to chew on things. Do you? Some things are best to chew and others not as much. Molly Jane's school papers are much fun to chew but she does not think it is a good idea sometimes. Also, not Amelia's books or shopping lists. Or Wally's school papers from his college students. Pieces of wood shaped like carrots from the pet store are no fun to chew. I do not know why they give those things in the bag of hay and think it is a treat. Pip and me ignore those things. They are not fun. Cardboard is a fun thing to chew. Molly Jane's bird chews on almost anything and that is not polite, I don't think. I will not say more about that bird because it wil probably turn into bad manners.

 

Toenail trimming is not a day of happy times for guinea pigs. We do not like that and think our toenails are our own business. Humans like to trim them and sometimes there is unhappy screaming at them for that. I do not want to talk about that anymore.

 

Brushing is a favorite thing. There is a brush in our lives decorated with a rabbit's head. I do not know why there is that thing on it. We are not rabbits or even close. But that is what is on our brush. I like the brush to chew on but Wally and Amelia do not want me to chew it. I do not like baths so very much, but sometimes I get one anyway. It is best if the friend doing this thing to me wraps me in a warm towel after the bath and makes me warm and then gives me extra treats to make up for this. Plus extra reading and maybe some Beatles.

 

I very much like watching the show of Carmy and Claire. They are pretty girl guinea pigs who solve crimes. Best of times! Those girls can drive cars and that makes me like them even more.

 

I like my friends best of all, even Pip.

 

The end. Have a good day everyone!

Love and wheeks,

Teddy


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