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Hallo everybunny! Hop u have a buntiful Easter weekend!

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Just as everyone was starting to frolic in the sunshine and grow green thumbs, the snow returned. I keep peering out my window at the pots I just planted with organic basil and rosemary. There are a few impossibly tender looking little green shoots peeking out of the soil, looking so vulnerable in the face of this unseasonable onslaught of icy weather.
I hope all of the gardens, flowers, blooming bushes and trees, and farms around the UK survive the chill!

Just as everyone was starting to frolic in the sunshine and grow green thumbs, the snow returned. I keep peering out my window at the pots I just planted with organic basil and rosemary. There are a few impossibly tender looking little green shoots peeking out of the soil, looking so vulnerable in the face of this unseasonable onslaught of icy weather.

I hope all of the gardens, flowers, blooming bushes and trees, and farms around the UK survive the chill!

Sneaky Umbrellas!
Let’s celebrate the fact that it is raining throughout much of the UK today, especially in areas that haven’t seen rain for a long time and are experiencing drought. While I do love me some sunshine, the rain has really brought out the green in the backyard (even the mildew on the tiles, so lovely). Also, I rarely pass up an opportunity to stomp moodily through a grey streetscape while thinking unimaginably deep and ponderously philosophical thoughts.
Unfortunately, my umbrella has taken advantage of its extended vacation to slip away somewhere very secret and unfathomable. I swear it was just sitting innocently by the couch a few days (or weeks?) ago. But now, it has flapped off somewhere, probably in the company of other umbrellas, to sit by a pool and sip fancy drinks with (you guessed it) umbrellas in them.

Sneaky Umbrellas!

Let’s celebrate the fact that it is raining throughout much of the UK today, especially in areas that haven’t seen rain for a long time and are experiencing drought. While I do love me some sunshine, the rain has really brought out the green in the backyard (even the mildew on the tiles, so lovely). Also, I rarely pass up an opportunity to stomp moodily through a grey streetscape while thinking unimaginably deep and ponderously philosophical thoughts.

Unfortunately, my umbrella has taken advantage of its extended vacation to slip away somewhere very secret and unfathomable. I swear it was just sitting innocently by the couch a few days (or weeks?) ago. But now, it has flapped off somewhere, probably in the company of other umbrellas, to sit by a pool and sip fancy drinks with (you guessed it) umbrellas in them.