I disapprove; therefore, I am!
Oh, Little Vera, you have some work to do. Repeat after me - " I was framed. It was her fault. She started it. But, Mommy, this is where you put the dirty socks. " I'll be checking back with you.
Now, Vera, it is time for your next big step. "But, Mommy, I didn't have enough toys to play with or enough treats. She took my toy. She took my treat. But, you and Aunt ______ always fight. I thought that was what sisters were for. How was I to know?" I know you are probably getting a little worn out with this, Vera, but I promise you, keep this up and you will never be in the dirty sock hamper again.
Vera, listen to Auntie Jane's advice, and practice! Before you know it, you'll be deciding just who ends up in the dirty sock hamper - brace yourself, Kim! :) Also, understand that your sister is your ALLY in mischief and general disapproval towards the hoomin set.-Jen (Kohl's mom)
Oh let her out--she is so fuzzy and sweet when she pleads!
See, Vera, count on everyone else to take your side. Allies are where it is at. I think Napoleon once said something about envying someone else who only had to fight coalitions, but you are a rabbit. It is in you to forge and wield all these forces. Kohl's Mum is the voice of experience, and her advice regarding your sister is right on. And, Sally, by pointing out the poinyancy of your plight, speaking truth to Mommies, opens the game board up for the coup de grace. This involves telling Kim that you know she never loved you and you want to go live with Sally.
THERE - IS - NO - FOOD - OR - TREATS - OR - TOYS IN THERE. Wheee-oooo, wheee-ooo, whee-ooo. Here comes the bunny patrol - somebody is in trubble now! You just can't treat bunnies like that. Word gets out and then this happens! And to top it off, my "fool the robot" code is 911 !
What an absolutely adorable girl! <3 <3 <3 I'm sure you can let her out now!
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