Thursday, 4 February 2016

A Full House And A Rabbit Who Thinks He's A Dog

   We have had lot's of activity in the house during the last couple of days as my eldest son is staying for a few weeks whilst he looks for somewhere to live in the area. He has lived on the other side of the country for a few years but has decided he is too worried about his grandparents whilst he is away as they have been unwell and he wants to live nearer to be able to help. It is hard for him as where he lived he had a nice large house, but with London prices will only be able to get a flat for the same price. He is very resigned to this as his mind is made up and he has missed his home area.
    It has been lovely to have him home and last night we sat up until 1 o'clock in the morning laughing and talking. My eldest daughter visited today as she is off work following a knee op and to have all the family in one room when it is not a special occasion is an absolute joy. I can't say, despite all the worries lately, how happy I felt. Our three dogs have been so excited at all the activities and even Louis our house rabbit joined in.

Louis The House Rabbit With Cassie The Yorkshire Terrrier

I think maybe it has all been bit tiring for Louis as at seven years old he is not in the first flush of youth but there is nothing like a nice warm fire to snooze in front of when you are a rabbit who thinks you're a dog!

Louis The House Rabbit




4 comments:

  1. How lovely for you spending some time with your children xx

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    1. I know it has lifted my spirits so much, I thought I should never complain about anything really. xx

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  2. Awwww gorgeous photos. What a caring and loving person your son is♥ Very special times having all your family together:) Linda x

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    1. Thank you Linda, yes he is very close to his grandparents as his Grandad used to take him to lots of places when he was litle and I agree the best times in my life are when the family are all together. xx

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