Well, today is quite exciting. I am bringing you my report from the great outdoors!
The Lady Épinette Nutkin and I are enjoying some time in the sun! The female hoomin bean (FHB) set up the exercise pen for us outside in the yard. We are helping her by mowing the lawn. Do not worry about us - she is monitoring us and there is netting over the top of the pen, so the hawks will not decide that we look tasty.
The FHB even picked some extra dandelions for us and we are snacking on those.
She gave us a water dish because it is warm and sunny, and we might get thirsty. She also gave us a box for some shade, or to hide in if we get scared.
My recommendation is that all you buns reading the blog should encourage your hoomin bean to get you an exercise pen so you can go out in the sunshine too. The air is full of interesting smells and the grass is really soft under your feet, and you can eat the dandelions and grass and feel like you are on a holiday. Don't go on the grass if your hoomin bean sprays it with nasty chemicals. Our hoomin beans do not spray at all, and they think that is best, so we don't have to worry about that problem here.
Sometimes we hear the goat - her name is Lucky Nickel. She is always complaining about something. Right now, her fleece is coming off. The FHB didn't have time to shear her yet, and it's still cold at night. The FHB says that Lucky Nickel looks like the wreck of the Hesperus. We don't know anything about the Hesperus, but she is a funny looking goat. We think she is interesting, but we are keeping our distance.
Have a dandelion-filled week!