And there is a sunrise this morning!
Can you see the subtle changes in the maple.?
Today I am working on bringing in Nelson the Rescue Rabbit. We have decided he can live in East Wing junk room (with the door shut against Boo) and have access to my room with the heated floor. And have his toilet in the glasshouse. This is a very mobile plan! And why we would choose to house a RABBIT toilet in the glasshouse is beyond me but I am very smell sensitive as you know so this seems the best idea and he has never shown any interest in the greens we bring him to eat. So who knows. Actually I think he is a she. But at least he will be warm.
And Nanny Boo can have supervised visits.
Have a lovely day!
Yay! You finally have the sun!!! And gosh, what a beautiful, peaceful view, with ducks swimming in the pond and everything! So nice!!! I’m thinking that if Nelson turns out to be a female, then Nelsina might be the perfect name! 🙂
Nelson is female and around five years old. I am fairly sure she does not care what we call her!
Too funny! No doubt you are quite right!!! 🙂
Let the sun shine in! Lovely 24 seconds and I love your idea for caring for Nelson! Have a lovely day!
and ooopsy here’s my 30 seconds- https://katheworsley.blogspot.com/2021/10/24-seconds-outside-my-door-october-31.html enjoy!
well Thank YOU for thinking up the 24 Seconds! Cheers!
Looks lovely and even warm! Just love the chicken strolling about!!! 🙂
thanks- it’s fun here!
It was lovely to see the sun for a while.
I was going to say something about the rabbit – I thought there was another post 🙂
They digest their food twice!
There kind of was – but I was trying the Story feature out and it failed. Twice ? Like a cow? I must look this up. I literally know nothing about rabbits.
Oh no! Shame I was looking forward to seeing him/her. Yes, twice, but they excrete the half digested food and then ingest it again. Quite weird!
No worries C! We had a pet bun for several years, who was a truly lovely fellow and he was absolutely scrupulous about all of his habits, whether inside for the winter or outdoors in summer❤️ Here’s a very good description of the digestive process in rabbits: https://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-care-advice/rabbit-diet/rabbit-digestion/
Your horizon videos have been stunning but they also make me homesick. For more than 50 years I enjoyed sunrises and sunsets on the horizons and took many photos. Now I enjoy your photos and videos – and occasionally can see “my” house! Thank you.
You are most welcome. It is hard living far from home. I understand that very well.
Cecilia, you aren’t happy unless you are caring for, or rescuing someone. I love you for that. Please, give us the backstory on Nelson. How did you discover her? And when?
She was in a friends house and her human had moved out- so she came here. She is very sweet and seems to like the glasshouse.
So clever of the tree and sunrise to coordinste their outfits 😁
Fingers crossed ….
Good morning, c. I know how to embed an Instagram post into my freebie WordPress now. So next time I’ll not messy-up your post with my full-blown videos. Next time it should just be link. I hope.
Even with trees and sunrises, change is moment to moment. Hooray for Nelson finding kind person to give her a home. Bunnies can be quite easy to have around. My dog and cat loved the one we found. They don’t do well outside once they have been domesticated is my thinking on the subject with such limited experience. I can’t imagine just leaving the rabbit behind.