Saturday, January 31

Saturday

It is cold.

I feel a toasted teacake coming on with possibly a mug of hot chocolate.

What a lovely collection of bunnies and flowers.....
My Saturday morning treat of back to back Time Team has been disappointing - I'm sorry but Neolithic round houses are very dull. I just can’t get excited about a post hole.Give me a medieval monastery any day....Barrows….not wheel barrows that are practical and pretty if they are made of wood but some old mound of earth with a few bits of bronze age pot just aren’t doing it for me.


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22 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:08 PM

    Well you are quite cute! But your ears are smaller.
    The Neighbour x

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  2. LOVE those bunnies and flowers (and the new header) - so Easterish, and hopeful of spring. I'm fed up with the cold and the grey and feeling miserable. I need some warmth and some light.

    x

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  3. Fantastic bunnies. I love the colours you've used. We had fried jam sandwiches here to banish the cold. Sounds like a dish Elvis would have loved.

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  4. I'm going to have to make a fried jam sandwich now......

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  5. fried jam sandwiches all round i think...the only way to see out horrid january! the bunnies are delightful and cute and quite perfect. what lovely wool coats they have! i quite fancy one like that in the aqua myself : )

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  6. Fried jam ???? Hmm .....
    Love the bunnies, the colours, the flowers, all delicious x

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  7. Fried jam sandwiches sound amazing! We used to have something like that when I was little where the jam sandwiches were dipped in egg - my mum called them Poor Knights... why??????

    Anyway hello from New York where I am now fed up with skyscrapers and a freezing cold howling wind and am desperately wishing for England, bunnies, and fried jam sandwiches.

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  8. Fried jam sandwiches - yum! its got us all going now!!
    Great bunnies - I supose we will have to think of Easter soon!
    x Vicky x

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  9. These bunnies are very cute. Thank you for posting. Love 'em. Linda
    http://www.twosucculentsisters.blogspot.com/

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  10. Love your alpine bunnies with their bunny bells; they should relish the cold.
    J
    c

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  11. Gorgeous little rabbits! Adorable.

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  12. How nice to find another Time Team fan! Love the bunnies.

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  13. I am partial to a Roman ruin, especially if it has a mosaic floor.

    Bunnies are delightful.

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  14. Loving those little bunnies! The colors are wonderful. I don't think I have ever eaten a fried jam sandwich, it does sound rather good though!
    x

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  15. Georgeous bunnies!

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  16. the bunnies are so gorgeous, I particularly love the green one hiding in the back of that last picture!

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  17. the bunnies are great, i love their various expressions

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  18. Those are bunnylicious!


    BTW...I've just tagged you.....
    you are to post the 4th picture on your 4th picture folder on your computer, and then tag 4 people to do the same. Hope you don't mind playing!!! :-))

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  19. Hi Lynn.
    Gasped when i saw those bunnies. Lily has got a thing about rabbits. Very, very lovely. Hope you are feeling a bit better now. My aches are easing...

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  20. Ooh, such lovely bunnies!!

    I'm with you on the round houses...

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  21. Me thinks your English bunnies should meet my Scottish bunnies, the offspring would be delightful...I think! I'm just imaginig the act now..eeek!

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