This blog is about my life, a 31 yr old filly; working in the city, balancing her career, passion for horses, dogs, and the life they deserve. Following my dreams, and getting there takes a lot of patience and a sense of humour. This is my take on life, and the amazing and stupid things in it.

Monday, July 21, 2014

A Tale of Two Piggies - and an injured Willy


  Once upon a time, there lived a  pot bellied pig named Miss Piggy.  Miss Piggy was a sad and lonely orphan pig.  She was a large Pot Bellied pig, and pink in colour with short coarse white hairs that adorned her back.  When she was a little piglet, two little girls found her in the woods and took her home to take care of her.   Miss Piggy eventually became too big to live with the little girls any longer, their mother demanded the pig go.  The little girls looked for a new home for Miss Piggy, with no luck after many months.  Then one day, a young lady by the name of Lady Victoria went to visit the little girls.  At this time, Lady Victoria exclaimed to the little girls how she had always wanted a pig of her own - to care for and love.  It was decided that Miss Piggy would go live with Lady Victoria  on her plantation, to be pampered along with her horses, and enjoy the relaxed life among a beautiful garden.  The little girls would be free to visit Miss Piggy whenever they chose.

  Through the wretched winter, Miss Piggy burrow happily into piles of straw.  Sleeping softly and waking at her leisure to eat throughout the day.  Life was easy and comfortable for Miss Piggy.  She felt she had finally found her family and was truly happy.  Spring came, and Miss Piggy enjoyed her days waking up to the breeze floating into the barn.  Lady Victoria would spend time with her daily, scratching her belly and picking her flowers to eat. Soon summer would arrive and Miss Piggy would move into her outdoor palace...complete with a beautiful shade tree and mud hole.




  But, there was something sinister lurking in the distance.  A King named William who oversaw the plantation.  He was blissfully unaware of the existence of Miss Piggy living in the barn, until that first summer day, when Miss Piggy moved to her new palace outside under the big tree.  King William seeing Miss Piggy for the first time out his window - disgusted at the site of the pig - threw a tantrum and went on to rally the whole village against Miss Piggy and demanded she leave.  After days and days of protest, King William not being able to take the sight of a pig any longer - threw himself out his window.  

  King William never made it out his window.  He became trapped by metal bars that hung for protection.  He lay on the ground with his legs torn to pieces.  Lady Victoria returned home to find William very sore and unable to move.  She loves Miss Piggy but never meant to cause so much stress and pain to King William.  She held him and told him it would be alright.  She would find a solution where they could all live peacefully.

  Lady Victoria regretfully began searching near and far, for a new home for Miss Piggy.  Through the woods, over the river, into the next Kingdom.  Days went by, King William still too scared to rest peacefully.  Finally, she stumbled upon a beautiful little cottage, full of flowers of all colours.  There were horses there, and ducks too.  Out the corner of her eye, she saw a little wagging tail.  Just then, out of the bush trotted a pot bellied pig.  It was a little boy, who was pink in colour with a black spot on his back.  He was smaller than Miss Piggy and more agile. Ahh..this is the place.  A perfect home for Miss Piggy to grow old in.

 The next day she gathered up Miss Piggy for their long journey.  After a tiring trip...they finally arrived.  Miss Piggy was immediately greeted by Mr Mooshoo...the pig already living at the cottage.  They sniffed noses and Miss Piggy shooed him away...and started rummaging for treats.  She then followed him into the barn, where she curled up in a big pile of hay to sleep.  Finally, we can all rest easily.  Miss Piggy was safe in a world where she could have friends of her own, and not upset anyone else around her.


checkin out her new palace


Mr Moo Shoo

 Lady Victoria returned home to hug King William.  He may be irrational, but he will always be her love.  And they all lived happily, ever, after.

 The End.



 And that my friends, is the story of how Miss Piggy went to live on a new farm, and William ripped the shit out of his legs in an attempt to jump out his stall window.   He has been on holiday for 3 weeks now with one more week then back to work - turkey.

HORSES.


5 comments:

  1. Glad Piggy found a new home to rule. I will never understand why horses are so suicidal.

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  2. Horses and pigs, man. Sometimes they're just downright stupid around each other. Glad you found a situation that worked out for everyone!

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  3. Sad to see Miss Piggy go, but glad she found a new home with a Mr Piggy. And poor William! Hope he heals up quick and never tries to jump out his stall window again! Horses. . .smh.

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  4. Hahaha I love the title! :) Poor William....horses can be so stupid and unreasonable sometimes! Delighted though that Miss Piggy found a new home and a new pal :)

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