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Friday Smiles

Well, I lost my budgie this week and I've a had a few days in bed with a cold/flu - it's not been fun, I can tell you!  However, a few smiles will help me feel a little better and I think I'm capable of stringing a few words together now...

In the sunny corner of the garden sits a little bunny - not so strange - except this one likes to sit on a chair!  Well, her humans do, so why shouldn't she?!

She jumps up by herself and will happily sit there for hours!

Don't you think every garden needs a bunny sitting on a chair?!

Linking up at Friday Smiles.


  1. Hehe that's one very sensible bunny there :-)
    Annie x

  2. So sorry you lost your beautiful Budgie.

    Expect the Rabbit feels safer off the ground. She's lovely.

    Hope you are soon feeling much better. Sending hugs (((Laura))).

  3. well Laura how weird is that I have those very same chairs in my courtyard with a small table!! :D
    I wonder if bunny would like to sun himself there.. what an utter cutie, he is very welcome! Shaz in oz.x

  4. Sorry for your loss. My pets are my world (as you'll see if you visit me today). The rabbit sitting on the chair is great. Is it tame? I love seeing the little creatures that come into my yard - squirrels, lizards, humming birds, other types of birds, etc. So precious.

    Happy Friday!

  5. So sorry for your loss...I love the bunny! Thanks for the smile. Caro x (#9)

  6. Hugs to help with your loss. And love the gorgeous bunny! Every garden needs a bunny!

  7. Sorry you lost your budgie. Rabbit made me smile - looks very cute sat there. Anne x

  8. What a sweet bunny!!Love her!
    Poor would be nice if it came back.

  9. oh, how cute....I need one..... yes, I do....

  10. i couldn't agree more! She's cute. Kate x

  11. Yep. Bunny on a chair is definitely a smilie maker!
    Liking your little canvases too!


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