I wonder if you rabbit and my rabbit are friends! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTUyaRRcYO0
Ah! They might be. That little rabbit seems to be playing sometimes. *wink*Thanks for the link to your rabbit...
I totally understand your statement under your side photo of the knitter! I noticed you've left Facebook (again, I totally understand) and LOVE your rabbit. Today was a hot day for me 92...I was going to water my small small container garden, but my rabbit was on the north side of the house keeping cool (where I would turn the water on) I didn't...I care about my rabbit-I can water tonight! ;) I will be coming back to your blog more often and I NEED to find a place that keep updates of blogs (can't think of the name) what do you use? Hope all is well at your end though. Always think of you.
PJ! I'm so happy to see that you're back to blogging.To answer about how to find updates, you can use Blogloving, Google+ but also you can follow by email. I used to have a Blogloving button but seem to have chucked it. They spam a little to the email you provide for updates.How I do it is that I click on my one of my follower's faces, and that brings the whole list up. The Friend's connect says that I have 36 followers but there are actually over 45. So it's not accurate, but I think the list, generated by it, is. Hope this helps but ask away if it doesn't.Facebook is a dangerous place, and it's owned by an asshat who doesn't care a rat's pattootie about the people whom he has exposed. My account was super hidden but I found out it could be traced back through my friend's accounts, I bailed. I'm not sure that any huge place, even Google, is that trustworthy. At least so far they've managed to stay out of the headlines. With Facebook, you ARE the product, as my Sister D's son told her...it's not what it seems..Anyway, I hope your little bunny does well. You can leave a dish of water out for the animals and birds. The midwest is just burning up, some birders on instagram are saying the birds are suffering a lot from thirst. One of them reports that he had 115 degree weather in Oklahoma yesterday. I put water out for all the animals in big terra cotta drip pans that and in a bird bath. We are thinking of putting a permanent water feature in before long, too.
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