I’m rather fond of bunnies.
They are charming.
They are whimsical.
They make me smile.
Living in the country bunnies are frequent visitors to my garden. At first I constructed rabbit proof fences around my flowers. Bunny-like hopping back and forth over them created a hazard for me. My daughter suggested “don’t fight them, invite them into your garden and enjoy them”. So the chicken wire fences came down, and I found I had plants enough for myself and the resident bunnies.
Remembering the book The Adventures of Peter Rabbit I always keep camomile tea in the cupboard just in case a rabbit comes by for tea. It hasn’t happened yet, but one must always be prepared.
Every so often I experience the thrill of lifting a large leaf and discovering the tiniest of baby bunnies quivering beneath it. I have yet to find Peter Rabbit’s blue velvet jacket with gold buttons.
Then we come to the most important rabbit in my life – OSWALD, GENTLEMAN RABBIT. This most unusual rabbit leads a fascinating and adventurous life.
Oswald, his friend Edward Bun and various other rabbits are dear to my heart. They lead unusual lives filled with adventure, good deeds and extraordinary social gatherings.
Pop down the rabbit hole ,and join these very fine rabbits on their journey through world above and below their burrows. You’ll find Oswald by clicking on CHRONICLES OF OSWALD, GENTLEMAN RABBIT – in the right hand column.