Countdown to Christmas
Dec. 11th, 2003 at 7:30 AM
As Christmas approaches, I'm getting more and more exited! It is now clear that there is no way that me and Flopsy Girl are going to get our paws on the treats and things that the 2-foots have been bringing home until Christmas day arrives, so we are both starting to get REALLY impatient!
I guess that all of my friends must be really busy too, as nobun has found the time to leave any comments in my journal for a day or so, but it's alright, I forgive you, AS LONG AS YOU LEAVE SOME COMMENTS TODAY!
The 2-foots are behaving even more oddly than usual. They seem to be coming and going at really strange times, and are always tired. This worries me in case they get too tired to feed us, so me and Flopsy Girl have been practicing stamping, just in case we need to wake them up.
Current Mood: dorky
Dec. 11th, 2003 01:18 am (local)
Hello Dandy - talking about being impatient, we have no idea what is wrong with Mister Jingles, he has turned into a right moodypot. Stamping his foot, pinching all the food etc. We do not like him today as he pushed, yes pushed us both out of the way from our salad. Moody-moody-pants.
Loppy - TiGgEr - and Mister Moody
Dec. 11th, 2003 01:48 am (local)
Well that's old folks for you, they think just because they have lived a long time, everybun else has to bow & scrape to them.
Dec. 11th, 2003 03:07 am (local)
Re: Mr. Jingles
Oh too true - Loppy
PS - What is it like outside where you live? Here in Essex it is very wet. Gosh! I am so pleased to be an indoor bunn, even if Mister Jingles has a mood on.
Dec. 11th, 2003 04:26 am (local)
When first 2-foot (the one with no fur on the top of his head) went out this morning, the rain was pouring down, but by the time the other one went out, the rain had stopped, and now I can see some blue sky. How far is Essex from Wetherby? is it as far as America?
Dec. 11th, 2003 06:29 am (local)
We are not sure how far Essex is from Wetherby, I think we would need to use the boxie thing with wheels, but where is America? We have never heard of America. Could we hop there?
Dec. 11th, 2003 06:33 am (local)
My Friend Bunny Bunny who died a few weeks ago lived in America, and we discovered that it is so far away from Wetherby, that the sun does not rise there until 8 hours after it rises in Wetherby. Having said that, the sun moves across the sky very slowly, so I guess that it can't be that far away.
I think that you would have to get into training, and eat lots of greens, but yes, on reflection I think that you could probably hop there.
Dec. 11th, 2003 07:51 am (local)
So that is where dear Bunny Bunny came from. Bless.
Take care Dandy - Loppy and gang