I may have mentioned that my human, Andrew, started using "Twitter". Some of the first people he "followed" were the local BBC weather forecasters. They were sometimes amusing and he got the weather forecast without having to watch the rest of the BBC morning and evening programmes.
After getting more used to "Twitter", my human plucked up courage and started "tweeting" himself and (mischievous little thing he can be) sometimes sent replies to some of the weather people. Anyway, he finally decided it was time to send a nice message to them all at the tv station.
I now need to tell you that the station concerned is the BBC and the programme "Look North" based in Hull. I think the weather people are all in Leeds. That probably appeals to Andrew since he trained and worked in Leeds after growing up in Harrogate, which is just to the north. There is often some banter between the presenter Peter Levy and the weather forecaster. It's often silly and that may be why Andrew makes so much use of "Twitter" and web pages to see weather forecasts. But on Monday he happened to be watching when the banter started - and it was all about his message. He was probably quite pleased but definitely surprised. The forecaster, Paul Hudson, was very nice and thanked Andrew for his kind words but the presenter, Peter Levy, was trying to poke fun at my human.
I was able to comfort and reassure Andrew. He had created a little fun and happiness to a few people. I told him that in a troubled world where most of the news is sad, this is a rare and noble achievement. Indeed, the challenge for him now is to avoid getting big-headed and think he can count on regular television appearances. Like we toys, he can't think about himself but only what he does for others. It's like Walt himself said, which was also quoted in his management course.
And Andrew, while you're in the mood of thinking of others, how about a cuddle for me?