Nov. 26th, 2003 at 7:36 AM
Arwen and Fizz
I don't know about the rest of you, but I am getting sick and tired of the days getting shorter and shorter. It's dark when the 2-foots go out in the mornings, and by the time they get home in the evenings it's dark again. It's also cold outside, which means that we don't get to play out in the garden, and I really miss that. How long do you think it will be before the days start to get longer again, and it get's warmer outside?
Current Mood: frustrated
Nov. 26th, 2003 01:19 am (local)
Hi Dandy, my turn on the computer today - TiGgEr here.
I think it is ages away as I heard mummy 2-foot say next year. NEXT YEAR!!!!!!!!! How longs a year? It sounds ages away.
Bye-bye, TiGgEr, Loppy and Mister Jingles
Nov. 26th, 2003 01:30 am (local)
What! a whole year! Let's put it this way Tig. Bunny Bunny in Oregon who just went to the rainbow bridge was a very old bun, and he only lived 10 years. I bet by the time it comes around, we will have forgotten where the garden is, or how to play in it!
Nov. 26th, 2003 02:29 am (local)
Calm down Dandy. My 2foots keep mentioning this Christmas thing. Seems they've got to go outside and play with some of their friends. They don't seem very pleased about this. Anyway it seems that just after this christmas thing is a time called 'New Year', which they are looking forward too. Maybe that what was meant.
Hawthorn, Bramble and the pack
P.s. It also seems that people give each other things at christmas. Ours is an EXTRA LARGE bowl of Greens please!
Nov. 26th, 2003 03:18 am (local)
Well Christmas is 4 weeks away (or so I understand). I think me and Flopsy Girl are going to get a new soft bed to lie on when we are playing in the 2-foots house. Flopsy Girl (who is older than I am) seems to think that the New Year comes about a week after Christmas, so if you are right, that could mean that it will be warm and sunny again with long days in 5 or 6 weeks. That's quite a long time, but I think I could hold out until then.