Happy Easter everyone!! We hope you all have a wonderful day. The weather here is absolutely gorgeous!! We had so much rain all week and were preparing for a wet weekend but yesterday the temperature was 24C which is 75F and sunny. We still have snow but it was t-shirt and shorts weather. It was great to have all the windows open!!
This is our last April Fools Week slightly embarrassing PM story. We saved it for today as it has a bunny in it and a bunny on Easter is purrfect!
This happened when the PM was in her late teens. All these stories happened in her teens. We are surprised she didn't develop some type of complex!
The PM and her sister each had a bunny who were sisters too. There was Shankar and Pandora and they lived in the house just like one of the cats. They stayed in their hutch at night but in the morning they would be let out and they'd spend the rest of the day out, running around, sleeping on beds, laying across the back of the couch watching tv and playing with the cats.
Here is a picture of a picture of the PM and Shankar one Christmas morning. Shankar loved Animal Crackers and would get them as a treat. She was a great bun!
The embarrassing story happened while the family was at their cottage. The bunnies enjoyed travelling and they would come too for a weekend away. It was pouring out so the PM was sitting on her bed going through magazines. Her Mom had opened a bag of Bridge Mix.
The PM took some and put it in a pile on her comforter. Her dark coloured comforter.
She was eating some when Shankar jumped up for a cuddle. Sometimes when the bun was happy, she'd run around in a circle and this was what she was doing , doing laps around the PM and her pile of Bridge Mix.
Sometimes when doing laps, a small bunny poop or two would slip out. If you have never seen a bun poo, here are some.
Well, Shankar jumped down and the PM kept on reading and snacking. Only one of the last treats turned out to not be a treat at all! The PM took the chocolate (aka rabbit turd), popped it in her mouth and crunched it between her molars!!!
She ran around, trying to tell her Dad but she couldn't really talk as she was holding her mouth wide open! He tried to help but was laughing too hard to do much. It took her hours of brushing her teeth, flossing and rinsing her mouth to get everything out. It was really lodged in there.
The moral of the story~ look before you chew!!!