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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

The Reason Our Weather Stinks


I would not be in the least surprised if we never get to sit on it this summer.  That's just our kind of luck.



The rabbit was totally unimpressed.

The little table we will use for a coffee table (assuming we ever get to use it) is one of a set my Dad made for us years ago.  The match to it remains in the basement.  One corner of it chewed off by, of all things, our cat.

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  1. I see warm mornings and a cup of coffee on that table in your future.

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  2. The coffee table looks wonderful. Really, really wonderful.
    And I do hope that warm, dry days come your way.

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  3. I like that corner seating very much. If my porch was a teensy bit wider I'd get one. Of course I'd have to fight Angel for the best spot on it and our sun would ruin it in no time at all (*~*)
    The coffee table is nice.

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    1. It's 'supposed' to be fade resistant and it is really quite petite compared to most of the sets you see (also cheaper lol).

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  4. This cold seems like it will never end, but it will eventually. I hope the plastic will be off your lovely furniture soon. The rug is also very attractive and the table is looks very nice with it.

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  5. I like your new patio set, and I do hope the plastic covering can be removed soon ...
    The table looks great, just right for a cup of coffee (or tea) to be standing on it.

    Keeping my fingers crossed for much better weather soon.

    Love that rabbit!

    All the best Jan

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    1. We've got our fingers, toes and everything else crossed as well. The rabbit is one of three that inhabit out back yard. I think they live under the tool shed.

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    2. When the children were growing up we had a rabbit called 'Honey'.
      Our garden was well fenced and she often used to have the roam of it, but always ended up went under the shed!
      She was so happy there. We had quite a few years joy looking after her, but eventually when she passed away she was buried under the shed ... it seemed fitting somehow.

      All the best Jan

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    3. Not too many domesticated rabbits have that much freedom. That was one lucky 'Honey' bunny.

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  6. I was more impressed than the rabbit, even if the plastic remains on.

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    1. That rabbit just sat there munching away and never even looked up. Even when we stepped off the deck to take the soggy cardboard box to the bins it never budged.

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  7. That looks so comfortable! I hope you get to use it soon. Do the rabbits ever come up on your deck? I can see a lap bunny in your future if they do.

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    1. Haven't caught them on the deck yet...squirrels and birds yes...bunnies no.

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