What do you do with a notebook?

Hi all, Roscoe here.

I have a question for you this week.  What do you do with a notebook?

Mam’s been asking us whether she should do a notebook for George’s Guinea Pig World, with pictures and wise words to go with them, and plenty of space for you to use.

I don’t really understand her myself, but then I don’t write.  I don’t see Mam write much either, although she does sometimes scribble something on the back of one of the envelopes she keeps by this keyboard.  The one next to me right now has questions scribbled on it from quiz programmes.  That’s because she sets a quiz once a month, and that’s the night she’s always very late home.

Draft GGPW notebookOh, I do see her write in a very small notebook she keeps by the weighing scales.  She puts our weights in that (no change, by the way), and any other notes on trimming toes, having baths, etc.

She wants to know if readers would like a notebook.  Would you like it with lines or blank?  Would you like sections for weights, or perhaps for medicines (dose per weight and how often, that sort of thing)?  It would have lovely colour photos of George and Fred (and maybe others) in it, and probably be around 80 pages, and cost between £12 and £15.  It would be a lovely gift for a fan or a guinea pig friend.

Well, pictures of me would be a lovely gift.  Maybe she’ll get around to doing that if this one of George and Fred (and maybe others) is popular.

George’s Guinea Pig World Notebook: Roscoe edition.  I like the sound of that.

What do you think?

love

Roscoe

PS the cover pic is just a mock-up, Mummy says. She’s got to get the old computer out for full-sized pictures. Or something.

3 thoughts on “What do you do with a notebook?

  1. Pictures of you would be lovely, Roscoe, along with your mates. I do use notebooks to scribble things in. But no lines because my handwriting varies in size. Great idea!

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  2. Auntie Dawn

    I think it’s a great idea. Mummy will chose wonderful pics, I’m sure.

    I think no lines and no sections would be best, so people can use it as they like.

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