ZOMG… I’ve forgotten how to post!

Wow… I can hardly believe how long it is since I last posted here. Then again, I suppose I can believe it, because that’s just how chaotic I seem to have become. Sigh…

Well, I’m off on the TGO Challenge a week from today, and since I last posted here I’ve acquired both a puppy (Piglet — a 5m old Border Terrier) and a cat (Puss-Puss — she’s really my father’s cat, but Daddy can’t look after her any more so now she lives with Piglet and me).

If I can manage to remember how to post this I’ll have more to add, but in the meantime let’s just see if I can get it up on the site ๐Ÿ™‚

17 Responses to ZOMG… I’ve forgotten how to post!

  1. Robin Evans says:

    welcome back! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Gayle says:

    Glad to see you did remember how to post!

    I think (purely to remind yourself how to post photos, of course) you need to post some photos of Piglet for us (ummm, me?) to oooh and cooo over.

    • peewiglet says:

      Hello Gayle ๐Ÿ™‚

      I’m glad to see that it’s worked! I’ll post some piccies of wee Piggly later this evening ๐Ÿ™‚ She really is a little darling. In the meantime, here she is on YouTube when she was just a tiny little thing *melts* ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. alan.sloman says:

    Hello Miss!

    Welcome back to Blogland. It’s been too long and your lightness of touch has been missed.
    Nice pooch, btw.

    • peewiglet says:

      Thank you, kind and gentle Slowman ๐Ÿ™‚ I always miss my walking pals when I’m not posting. It’s good to be back again.

      Piggly is indeed a little darling, but what a monster! Even as I type she’s got her head in my dirty washing, searching for my walking socks so that she can take them behind a couch and shred them…

  4. John Hesp says:

    Have you got one of her chewing your Innov8s? ๐Ÿ™‚

    How can you leave her, it’s cruel. It’s bad enough leaving my little Jack.

    • peewiglet says:

      Hello John!

      Piglet *loves* chewing my Innov8s, the monster! I seem to spend half of my life removing running shoes, socks and a whole host of interesting things culled from teh bathroom cupboard from her shark-like little teeth.

      I donโ€™t want to leave her โ€” *sob* โ€” but sheโ€™s going to stay with two Cairn terriers in Birmingham who live with a friend of mine, and I suspect that she wonโ€™t want to come home again afterwards.

      How is Jack coming along? I donโ€™t think Iโ€™ve ever seen a more lovely little boy.

  5. John Hesp says:

    Lovelier and lovelier thanks. I don’t suppose a week goes by without him suggesting we go to the Lake District. Usually when we’re playing “tents”.

  6. peewiglet says:

    He’s a real darling! Maybe after the Challenge there could be another Lakes weekend? It’s great to know that he had such a great time ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. John Hesp says:

    That would be good PW, although at the moment I’m so nervous about the TGOC it’s hard to think about other trips.

    • peewiglet says:

      No need to be nervous ๐Ÿ™‚

      I’m sure that sounds like a daft thing to say — it would certainly have done so to me before I started my first Challenge — but now I’ve done a couple I realise it’s not.

      The bottom line is… keep putting one foot in front of the other. No rush. Keep walking and eventually you get to teh end. Something unexpected occurs? No problem, most of the time. Just re-jig the plan ๐Ÿ™‚

      Challengers are firking wonderful if something goes wrong for fellow Challengers. If you’re unlucky enough to have a problem then the peeps around you will be champing at the bit to help, and so will the peeps at Challenge control. Problems happen: how we deal with them is all that counts. So, really! Don’t be worrying ๐Ÿ™‚ You have a fantastic two weeks ahead of you: time to think, and breathe, and make all sorts of new friends.

      Have you put my mobile number in your phone? I hope so. 07795 382069. Pls text so I can be sure I have the right number for you. (You know what a total f*ckwit I am where organisation is involved…)

      V. much looking forward to seeing you along the way ๐Ÿ™‚ xxx

  8. John Hesp says:

    Thanks Shirl, I know you’re right. I’ll be okay when I’ve got going. Expect lot’s of texts of the cry-on-shoulder type.

    I hope we do meet. I want to have a good talk to you about persauding me to do this……:)


  9. peewiglet says:

    Eep! That sounds a little ominous… *g*

    It’s going to be great ๐Ÿ™‚ This time in 2 nights we’ll be on the cusp of it, and in 3 nights we’ll have finished the first day!

  10. John Hesp says:

    Forecast doesn’t seem so bad as it was either.

    Train to Wigan tomorrow, then on to Glenuig the day after.

    See you in a week or so.


  11. Fenlander says:

    Hi Shirley,
    It is SOOOOO nice to see you back in Blogland. Please stay this time.

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