Beasts Breaking out

Oh no, it looks as though Bobby and Wilbur are breaking out of my room to go for an adventure. They have not been out on their own before. I don’t think I like the idea of my tame beasts going around the halls of residence alone. Hopefully they will see sense and change their minds. I guess I will see.

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Restlessly Resenting the Rain

Wilbur and Bobby were about to go for an adventure, then they looked out and saw that it was raining. They have sat indoors looking outside for the rest of the day resenting the weather. At least it wasn’t raining for the fire alarm at 2am or whatever silly time it was. Hopefully they will find something else to do with their time – hopefully something useful. Not likely.

Sleeping Soundly after Studying Software

Wilbur and Bobby have been working tirelessly, they are loving working together on their software development project but it looks like reading their latest book was just too much. They have been studying so much, by the looks of things, a little too much. Time for a good old sleep! I can certainly sympathise with them! Bobby didn’t even make it under the covers, he just fell into a sound sleep right where he was. Wilbur on the other hand, like any sensible marmot got tucked in first. He sure does know how to make himself comfortable!

Cleverly Coding using Classes

Wilbur and Bobby have teamed up again. This time they have the ambition to become software engineers – which of course requires good communication and teamwork – so that could be a laugh. Having said that, it looks like Bobby is keeping Wilbur in check with the software engineering principles while Wilbur is learning how to write the code in Java. It looks like he has got off to a good start. What’s the program that you have started to write there? Haha, of course, you have written a zoo program with different animal classes, although, I can’t help but notice that there is no cow and no marmot class. I still can’t believe what you have learned, how clever of you!

Hide & Seek Havoc

Wilbur and Bobby are playing hide and seek together, but unfortunately they managed to have a big mix up – I know, it’s such a simple game. But somehow in this havoc they managed to both hide. Please help me to find them.

Revising Really Rigorously

Well, there is a thing called the rubber duck method where speaking your revision to a rubber duck is supposed to help you remember, it looks like Wilbur is polishing up his own knowledge in order to help me to revise for my upcoming exams. He has got all of the notes out and has been revising them rigorously. Hopefully his new knowledge will really help when I am revising

Clambering Carelessly for Chocolate

Well, the lid is off and the toys are clambering carelessly for the chocolate. The chocolates have gone everywhere, oh no! Now they are scrambling to get the flavours they like best. This could end badly for everyone.

Climbing the Christmas Tree for Chocolate: a Christmas Catastrophe

Having failed to open their box of Heroes for over a week, the crew decided to attempt to climb the Christmas tree to get the last Chocolates from there. As you can imagine, it didn’t go well, Mr Snuggles and Wilbur helped to get the others to the top with Cuddles next and Teddy providing the final boost for Hugs, the smallest of the group to reach the top. Unfortunately catastrophe struck and the furry friends toppled falling softly to the ground, fortunately no-one was hurt. Wilbur managed to grab a chocolate while he was climbing the tree. So he is happy. I think it will be safer if I help to open their box of Heroes.

Playing in the Packaging

It looks like Wilbur is having fun. He has found a large cardboard box to play in. It’s big enough to hide in! Wilbur loves to play hide and seek and this packaging will be the perfect place to hide from the rest of the crew next time they play. He can’t wait to play hide and seek again.

Merry Marmot

Happy Christmas!
Wilbur is so excited, this is his second ever Christmas. He loves the excitement and of course his rather fetching Santa hat. Wilbur is wondering what Santa has left for him this year. He looks like such a merry Marmot, and rightly so. Happy Christmas to you too Wilbur.

Wilbur’s Gone Wild for Wednesday

Oh no, after eating a whole box of Jelly Babies and his general excitement for going home at the weekend and his second Christmas, poor Wilbur just can’t contain himself. He’s gone totally wild, and I don’t think we are going to stop him. One minute he’s swinging off the curtain rail the next off the light… Ouch, that’s got to hurt, perhaps that’ll stop him. Wilbur preceded to swing off the light and is falling towards the floor. Phew. It’s not so bad, he landed on the bed. No harm done. It looks like I am going to have my work cut out. It’s just as well Wednesdays are quieter days for lectures! I need to stop him causing any more damage. I don’t think the hall managers would take well to the idea that Wilbur had a sugar rush if anything gets broken.

My Mischievous Marmot as the Monarch

Wilbur has now unofficially been crowned as king of my room. His brand new crown suits him beautifully. However, Mr Snuffles isn’t too sure about having a mischievous marmot in charge. Perhaps Wilbur isn’t quite ready to be a monarch just yet.