Tuesday, March 11, 2008


You can so tell that I am 'old' mother!
Today after dropping Beauty off at school I went to the local drapers to get some wool and on the way home I stopped at the local church shop to buy some second-hand knitting needles and books.Whilst I was driving I passed two school day trips walking along the pavements.Very few of the children had hats, gloves and scarves on and some were not even wearing proper coats, merely wearing their school fleeces. This, with strong winds, heavy downpours and a temperature of approximately 6 degrees. The teachers leading the groups however with all very warmly dressed up against the cold!
They should either leave those who are not adequately dressed at school or wait to do the trips when the weather is better.

Five-day forecast

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Conditions heavy showers

heavy showers

heavy showers

heavy showers

heavy rain

heavy rain

Max Temperature Max: 12°C 53°F Max: 10°C 50°F Max: 12°C 53°F
Min Temperature Min: 5°C 41°F Min: 5°C 41°F Min:

Now does that look like the weather for a ramble to you?

I have sent you an email Anastasia on your prophecy mail as I cannot find your new email address.
I have also sent you an email Belle.

This has to be the cutest bunny ever,
I want him.


Anonymous said...

That bunny is huge. It's feet are so cute!

I wonder why the kids were not dressed for the weather? That would frustrate me too. Yup, we are moms.

Casdok said...

Im an old mother to as i agree with you!

Wow! What a big bunny!! :)

Steve said...

Surely that bunny can't be real?! A trick in photoshop surely? :-0


I'm afraid the bunny is for real!
If you Google the story you will see other articles about bunnies that are
this size.It seems that they are bred for food,now that is as bad as Guinea pig farms in South America.

Anonymous said...

WOW, my daughter would LOVE to have that bunny for a pet. What's the bunnies name?




An Irish Blessing

(A Blessing from St. Patrick)
May the road rise to meet you,

May the wind be always at your back,

May the sun shine warm upon your face,

May the rains fall soft upon your fields,

And, until we meet again,

May God hold you in the hollow of His hand.