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Friday, July 15, 2016

Camilla



I stand my ground and am telling you all to have a Happy Friday.


- Thank you, Mellissa!


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Camilla, we will have a happy Friday, promise ! ken & kaci

Rabbits' Guy said...

Good plan for me. What about the guy with the fake mustache in the back, there? Is that the "Or Else .." option?

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

But, Camilla, I have all of this work to do that I have been putting off, and I have a friend who is really sick. Would you mind sending a few really fearsome foot thumps this way? This would be just a reminder that you really mean what you've said. I actually think there is a novel called Camilla that I read a long time ago. It ends with Camilla saying that as she looked around she found that of the people who had any happiness at all, there were none for whom that happiness was unmixed.

sallyneary said...

...because they knew that they did not deserve unmixed happiness because there was always something else they could have done for their rabbits.

Anonymous said...

Wait...perhaps we need to take lovely Camilla's temperature and make sure she is ok? I mean, a bunny giving us permission to be happy? However, it is a command from her, so we should of course obey!
-Jen (Kohl's mom)

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

You are right, Sally. That has to be it. I actually think the title of the book might have been "Cecilia" now that I think about it. I don't suppose loving bunnies has been positively connected to mental decline, has it?

sallyneary said...

There could be a study any day now. A colleague of mine sent me an article about the toxoplasmosis parasite using rats to get to cats, which then, by way of the litter box, makes humans act weird.