Hello. It's Belinda.
A lot of people take vacation in August. If you're off work this week I hope you have a relaxing "holiday."
I won't be taking any "PTO" for who knows how long. Juggling too many projects right now, such as learning Instagram.
Also I heard a rumor. A big rumor.
"They say" I will be starting "part-time" at my new office soon.
I'm trying to not think about it but come on. I've been waiting for months.
And I'm still working my way through the questions on my "Ask Me Anything" blog.
My friend Liz sent me some good ones. So for today's blog I am going to answer her questions. Maybe you were wondering about some of these topics too.
Here's what Liz wrote:
"Hi, Belinda. I have a few random questions. They don't all need answers. I'm just wondering...
Did the roommate read your blog about her Easter basket? I felt sad that she didn't understand how hard you and Little Fang worked to put it together for her.
How is the English's injury? Did the treats you shared help him recover?
When you look outside from a window or door, what do you like to look at (other than a delivery truck, of course)?
How many hours a day do you think a rabbit should be allowed to nap?
What do you do if your meals or fresh hay is late? Does it help?
If you could have one superpower, which one would you want?"
First of all I want to thank Liz for all the excellent questions.
As far as the Easter basket "incident" goes, all I can say is Little Fang and I are proud of ourselves. That was one of our best "collaborations" so far.
We're already talking about next year.
A big surprise to nobody is that the English's leg is fine. I guess the "warm blanket therapy" worked. He had a sprain or strain or whatever you call it.
He'll do anything for some of my stash. I'm not saying he faked a leg injury but something's fishy. "Just my opinion."
When I look outside I like to watch birds.
You never know what they'll do next. That's part of being a bird.
As far as naps go, it depends. If you are a rabbit who sleeps with your eyes open, you can nap 24 hours a day if you want. Nobody will know.
When my roommate is late with breakfast or dinner, I just "hit the hay."
I don't mean go to sleep. I mean I eat hay. I always have plenty because of my job.
Last but not least. If I could have one superpower, I would make sure every rabbit had plenty of food and a safe place to live. I'm extra lucky and I know it.
Now, speaking of "hit the hay."
I'm going to make my way over to my sleeping rug. And I'm not going to think about this "part-time office" nonsense.
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