I was roused from a deep slumber this good Sunday morning to a knocking at my front door. I had to rub the sleep from my eyes to make sure I wasn't seeing things. Could it really be Truman? It was indeed! Wide awake now I anxiously flung open the door. It sure was good seeing him in the "flesh", well fabric.
"How was your journey from North Carolina?", I asked him as we chatted away over a hot cup of coffee. We went for a walk, sat out on the deck and caught up on old times.
You know that chilly Illinois weather though so we couldn't stay out too long.
Well, lets get you settled in.
I found Truman's blankey in the hope chest.
I figured he wanted to relax and take a little nap.
After a little light reading, Truman was sound asleep on the sofa.
I didn't think he would ever get up. Boy, that rabbit can sleep the day away.
He awoke refreshed and decided to visit some old friends. That evening when Truman came home I wondered about all the adventures he had been on and his travels to get here. What a wonderful day it had been, spending it with Truman and I was so glad to have him home.
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This is Truman's Full Body Shot, isn't he adorable?