I’ve noticed. I don’t know what Mummy is doing in the evenings, but she seems to be getting later giving us our cucumber. A month ago we got it when it was still light, and now when she gives it to us it’s almost completely dark outside. We complain, but she tells us “It’s not time yet,” and I’m sure it is.
It’s also getting cooler when we’re out on the grass and the sun sets behind the trees. A while ago it was still warm enough to be out, and Mummy would give us our cucumber almost as soon as we’d come inside again. Now it gets a bit cooler, Mummy decides it’s time to come in (and I’m sure we haven’t been out for long – not if she’s been out playing golf, anyway), and then it’s ages till cucumber time.
She says it’s due to it being September, and winter draws on. I’m not sure what that means, but it sounds okay. Then she says thing like “It’s less than three weeks to the autumn equinox.” Well, I’ve heard of that. Equi-nox means equal night. And Fred wrote an explanation of equal day and night time. I read it some time ago, and if you wonder what it means, you should read it too.
I see Dylan wrote something on the Autumn Equinox too. You see, all the interesting topics have been said by someone else. What is a reporting pig supposed to do?
Give you some more photos of adorable guinea pigs, I suppose.