Friday, 29 January 2010

A Gift For Your Valentine

This has got to be one of my favourite pair of earrings by MNHince. What a great gift for your sweetheart.

These earrings feature antiqued brass leafy vines with Swarovski crystals and cubic zirconium briolettes in topaz handmade with love. Take a look at the array of handmade earrings in this store.

Sunday, 24 January 2010

New Sparkling Accessories

New for the season. Beautiful, multi faceted, sparkling Chinese crystal.

You can brighten up your day with this gorgeous handmade necklace and matching handmade earrings.Complete your outfit for under $35 including shipping.

Pop in to Beadsme store and check out the awesome array of handmade necklaces and earrings.

Saturday, 23 January 2010

Baby Bunny Update 2

Just 10 days old and growing fast. Little one has started crawling about now, eyes are open and is covered in fur. So cute.

Friday, 15 January 2010

Baby Bunnies Update

Unfortunately due to the extreme heat we lost 2 more babies and are only left with 1.

Well, as the little thing has no competition for milk take a look at the belly. This picture was taken on Wednesday 13th January 2010.As we are off for 5 days to the Hunter Valley I thought I would take some more pics of the little one just to show you guys how big he/she is now. You can also see the fur on the belly, not so pink now.I actually can't wait to get back in 5 days and see just to see how big and furry he/she is. The eyes should be open by the time we get back too.
I just adore this little one.

Monday, 11 January 2010

The Weekend Was Full Of Surprises

We bunny sat our sons girlfriends bunny whilst they went away over Christmas to Queensland. They arrived home last Wednesday and Friday I got quite worried about Flipsy (rabbit). She had started pulling tufts of fur out and making a bed with it.

After consulting a few people we came to the conclusion that she was moulting. What we woke up to Sunday morning was such a shock.

Firstly we saw this tiny still body, wrapped in fur, in her litter tray. Then the worst - a head. Ewwwwwwwww!

We searched frantically through her make shift nest and found 3 more alive. Joy! Now she has a lovely cozy homemade nest from a shoe box.They are just adorable. The Father?? We can only think that it is a wild rabbit that mated with her when she was running around in the garden.

Fingers crossed, these little ones survive. Only problem is now we keep finding them on the bottom level of the hutch which means they have rolled down themselves. None of them have their eyes open yet so they may have been searching for Mum by smell.

Saturday, 2 January 2010

Uluru To Darwin With Dad

I have been promising friends that I will update them on our travels from our time away in November. Not just for their curiosity but part of a geography lesson for the kids.

Firstly we had to catch a flight from Sydney to Alice Springs, then from Alice Springs to Uluru for our first stay in Ayers Rock Resort.The resort was the most expensive stay. For a 2 bedroomed apartment, which I must add was excellent, 2 nights was $1,700. On arriving the service was very poor. We had many steps to climb in 40+ heat and considering I had not long had a neck operation and my Dad is 70 I would have thought someone would have helped us.This was a Christmas present for Dad including a sunset meal between Ayers Rock and The Olgas in the middle of the desert.

Not only was this a beautiful meal but we had a didgeridoo player and we were provided with equipment for star gazing. The sky was so clear and the star formations unbelievable.
Many more posts are to come of our journeys but I just give you our first day as a taster.