Had a lot of problems getting my printer to work lately and internet coming and going at random times, so I have been slack in writing towards my blog. The new desk still has not been put up yet and so I am still relying on my laptop.
I was scared the other day because a fault happened on my laptop and I thought I was going to lose it, the screen kept flickering on and off and the whole thing kept making beeping noises!
Paul is still very sick with the shingles and I am getting a chest infection again, which is usual for the winter, but it is early this year!
Henry is on half-term this coming week, so this means that I have an extra pair of hands to help me move the stuff around to set up my new work area in the house. Henry is totally up for it, because it means that soon I will launch my YouTube channel!
The problem with moving my stuff around is there is the case that Paul also wants a desk in the same room, but we also want the rabbit moved back into this room, an exercise bike and the Christmas tree – so far we can’t have two of those things if we have the extra desk. But oh well, I know something will get sacrificed no doubt and it won’t be the rabbit!
My Rainbow bunny is getting moody and bites since has been moved temporarily out of the room since July, and I don’t like his attitude, when he comes back into the lounge, perhaps he’ll go back to his old self again? If he doesn’t then he will have to remain caged and not be a free-roaming rabbit like he used to be! I feel sorry for the old boy – the rabbit that is, but his cage is enormous in comparison to the average rabbit habitat. I am shocked how anyone can let a small rabbit like Ray live in anything less than 120cm by 63cm, I would never be happy with anything less than that and to be honest, I wish it was double the size for him!
I have seen people with rabbits who only get to do one hop between sides in their cages and can’t fully stretch upwards; my Ray can stretch upwards and can do three and a half hops. He is quite small for a rabbit in my opinion, the smallest I’ve ever had anyway.
I am not happy about him being cooped up, so I do hope his attitude improves once he goes back to his corner in the lounge.
It is likely my exercise bike will never come in here and it is also likely that I will lose either my art table or the three seater sofa (finally, yay) but Paul and Henry are not keen on seeing that monstrosity go!
I am not happy about most of this, because to me, the new desk etc was meant to make more room, not take it away, but there are… oh never mind. It’s just messed up that’s all.
I am trying my best.
Happy reading all!