Grass is greener

I apologise for not blogging much this month.  I’ve been a bit preoccupied with this and that.  Mainly that.

I had to go and have my back teeth done the other weekend and we drove to a different place with a nice lady and gentleman who held me tight and made me open my mouth and they snipped and rasped my back teeth to make them good again.  They did let me come up for air every now and then, but I was very tired afterwards and my mouth was sore the next day.  I think mummy was a bit worried and also because I was eating a bit on one side so my front teeth weren’t wearing in the middle but to one side.  She trimmed those on Thursday and now they are wearing level again.  And I’m fine.  Enough of my complaining.

The good news is we’ve had some lovely fresh grass today!  Mummy has been bringing in some little bits and baby dandelion leaves, you could tell it’s new grass but it’s a bit coarse, I think it was from where the long grass was last summer when there wasn’t any grass anywhere else.  But today we had some new grass from the nice delicate stuff we normally eat when we are out in our runs.  It was really yummy.  And don’t tell the others but she snuck a couple of baby carrots in there too for a bit of variety.

I wondered if we might go out this afternoon as it was a lovely sunny day.  Mummy said the ground was still too cold at 2.30, and when she went out for another walk in the sunshine at 3.30 she said it was actually very cold again.  So I suppose we’re not going out in our run just yet.  It’s only February after all.  Maybe late March.  That’s not long now 🙂

2 thoughts on “Grass is greener

  1. Auntie Dawn

    Aww, G. I know it hasn’t been easy for you, having to deal with all these tooth problems and dental work. But I know that you’re an incredibly strong and patient pig, and you’ll pull through like a champ. I also know that Mummy is on the job and won’t let anything bad happen to you.

    It’s almost spring, G! Just a few more weeks…


    1. georgiepig

      Thank you Auntie Dawn. I know you’ve been having a tough time too. I’d groom your hand for you in the morning if you were here but I can’t reach, so you’ll just have to imagine it I’m afraid ❤


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