Crumbs, I've had a game and a half trying to get signed in to Blogger this morning! Anyone else having trouble again?
Anyhoo, I'm here now. Last night I couldn't settle until I had undertaken some drastic surgery to my disasterous Little Festive Robins card which involved a large pair of scissors and a craft knife. Here is the new version of it, which I am much happier with and as it is using mostly Basic Grey papers from the Jovial pad I shall enter it into the Basic Grey challenge - Anything Goes
Some time ago, after a day out to London visitng the museums, Toad and I found a little stray at the railway station on the way home. It was dark, it was cold, and there laying in the bus lane was a child's toy rabbit. It was yellow and plush and oh so cute. Being the softie that he is, Toad picked it up out of the road before it could get run over and sat it on one of the benches in the bus shelter. As the bus drove away I looked back and this tiny little thing looked so lonely and it mad me feel quite sad. On the way home we made up little stories about why that rabbit was out on its own so late at night and by the time we got home it had a whole series of adventures under its belt.
So what brought all this to mind? I was rummaging in my Sugar Nellies box and found my Little Cotton Rabbit stamp and the memory of that lonely little bunny came flooding back. I wonder what it's up to these days .......