Another year has passed since I last posted on here. Besides from the Christmas mood, there is something about December that makes me revisit this blog. Perhaps there is something about Christmas that reminds me about this hobby that I used to be passionate about.
Much has happened since our last Holland Lop and life has been interesting to say the least. Rabbit has always been my solace in troubled times but I have grown to be strong without them. Perhaps one day, I will revisit this hobby and get into the rabbit habit once again. I am quite sure that will happen if retirement is kind to me.
So as I was going through the blog today, I found an important post empty. I don’t know what happened but thank goodness for the revision feature that I was able to restore to the latest version before everything went missing. The post in question is the remake of the “How Should A 8 Weeks Old Look Like“. If you are new to the rabbit hobby, it is good visual information if you are thinking about breeding responsibly. Ensure that you pass on baby rabbits that are 8 weeks old or older.
Since this will be the only post for 2019, I wish that the past year has been a good one for you. I also pray that 2020 will be a great year for all of us.
Here’s wishing all of you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2020!
Living in a multi-cultural environment can be very interesting because we get to experience the diversity that it brings. Each unique celebration brings about and stirs up different feelings within us. The music from each festive season reminds us that it is time to send warm greetings and well wishes to each other. Take the Chinese New Year for example. From its origins, it is a time when the first sign of the Spring season is being celebrated after a long harsh Winter. But as for us living in the tropical climate, the Chinese New Year is usually celebrated during the month of January or February. We all know how warm it can be during these months and it does not in any way make us feel that it is Spring time. But I am sure that the music played in the malls will always make us feel a little warmer.
Likewise, during the month of November and December when we experience more rainfall, can make us feel cooler. With the celebration of Christmas, we can almost feel the “snow”.
Whatever the celebration, there will always be one thing that most if not all of us should experience and feel – the JOY in our heart.
The world in itself is already quite depressing with all the negative news about wars, religious intolerance, and the many unnecessary issues created to cause disunity and conflicts. We are in fact all humans and have the same (red colour) blood running through our veins.
Let us not forget our role to wish each other well in whatever occasion. The least we can do is recognize the JOY of giving. not necessary material things but giving our will and desire sincerely to see our neighbours, friends, or acquaintances happy. The world is in dire need of compassion and most of all, LOVE…