I have added a new pet to our family, a bunny. She was my science project, and I decided to keep her, my partner and I named her Cruella. For those of you who might not know, rabbits do what they do best, pee and poop. So, after some research, I decided to give her a bath. Those of you who are reading and have your mouths hanging open and are quite confused and wondering "who would wash a bunny?" please close your mouths and listen. First, I took apart her travel case and placed it in front of her hutch. Then got the hose and dribbled a little bit of water into it, only up to her feet. I strategically opened the door and grabbed her. She clawed and made strange snuffling noises and tried to get back into the comfort of her bed. Once she calmed down I put her into the water and washed her feet. I had only intended to get her feet wet but I actually got her entire body wet, so I got a bottle of our dog's shampoo and cleaned her fur too.
This was very cute and she seemed to like it. After that I put her on top of her house and plugged in a mini hairdryer. When I turned it on, she freaked out and bit my finger. Biting my finger is a habit she has whenever she is about to start licking it. And yes, close your mouths again, bunnies do enjoy licking people. Holding her tightly, she allowed me to turn her into a puffball of white fur. She looked like a million dollars.
But, I didn't lie down for long because the voice page rang through the house, "Dinner is served. Come to the table. Can you hear me?" and from the background, "Hang up mom, hit the red button." Grandma said, "What red button?" And the rest was cut off, but I raced into the kitchen, to be greeted by a delectable smell.
Dad ushered me to my seat and placed a steaming plate of Dover sole, and risotto in front of me. I cut a small slice, I'm quite neurotic about the possibility of bones, and took a bite. Thankfully, no bones. The light and meaty flesh of the fish was complimented by the olive oil and lemon-parsley sauce. Overall it tasted great and there were enthusiastic "mmmmms" from around the table. The risotto was infused with Parmesan Saffron, and tasted creamy and fresh. The Caesar salad dressing was a little thin, but nothing can't be fixed by adding dark green romain lettuce. Everyone likes the light green lettuce but I enjoy the darker green leaves. Finally, best for last, there were baby artichokes, grilled to perfection by my grandma! No kidding, my dad.
That's all everyone!