Sweetie, English Butterfly Bunny & Tour Guide

Sweetie, English Butterfly Bunny & Tour Guide
Hi and welcome to "Fairy Castle Farm" I hope you enjoy your stay! I should introduce myself, my name is Sweetie and I am a resident of Fairy Castle Farm. Well it's not actually a farm, but a suburban home in the southern suburbs of South Australia. I am a rare Old English Spot Bunny, and absolutely love life here with all my family and some good friends too... let me take you on a tour ....

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Monday, December 5, 2011

Milestones a plenty !!

Sweetie here,

Firstly I wish to apologise for my lax attention to our blog.   I am not sure if it is just consequence of the season? I just haven't had the opportunity to take up my space at the lap top to click and tap open our world for you.   For this I am truly sorry and am actively working to rectify this!  Do you forgive me?

To bring you all up to speed, our Bis-Nonna (Great human grandmother) celebrated her 461st Birthday (or 81st in human years).
Nonna celebrates her 461st Birthday!
 She enjoyed a wonderful day shared with all her family and great friends.  She even got herself a little pickled over lunch!  Happy Birthday Nonna. 

We also celebrated a milestone, we now have our very own YouTube channel and you can take a walk down memory lane with me.....  our first video is of me when I was only days old!!  here is the link : 


All in all we have been very happy enjoying mild weather, super yummy produce including end of harvest stalks, stems and excess seeds from the garden. Fantastic romps aplenty through the kingdom have been invigorating and exciting.
Patches and Angel, Son and Father.
Patches as always is looking for ways to cause trouble, his latest mission is to sneak into the veggie patch any chance he gets!  I tell him he is confused in thinking his name is Peter and the garden belongs to Mr Mcgregor!!!


An update on our re-homed chickens. Our dear Pox has settled into her new home, she is still getting used to her new kingdom but we know she will be very happy.... Our latest update from the girls was very positive and exciting.  Let me share it with you all.
Firstly the three little girls have their true names... Milly, Molly and Mandy (from a 1920's children's series of books their new mum loves). Pox too has her forever name, she is now known as, Alice (the Aunt in the book).  And my little boy??  Well yes he too has settled in marvellously with his new family and is now known as, Billy (a dear friend to Milly Molly Mandy in the books). I think each of there names are marvellous and suit them perfectly!
 I am delighted also to report that Billy has found his new mum's shoulder to perch upon just as he enjoyed to to with Yollie.   Yollie misses her feathered kids dearly and very much so, Alice's morning chatter but she is happy to know they are all well loved and happy.  She especially loves all their names.

So as you can see we have been very busy and as always there has been great activity and celebration here - we love to be able to share this with you all.  Make sure if you stop by, you do say Hi, I love to hear from you all.  A quick mention on my last post, some fantastic suggestions for keeping cool. We especially love the freezer tile!!  Thanks for sharing .... and 19 more sleeps till Christmas, if you celebrate what do you have planned????  Here is a sneak peek...
 I will share our plans on my next post!  Promise,


take care and keep well.

Love Sweetie xoxoxo