The supervisor was the commissioner and she chose the fabric, eye colour and name of her baby hare. Whew! that made my job real easy! I was merely the stitcher and stuffer.
Ann Mari is a very gentle little hare who just loves to collect – everything!
Even when she already has one or two of the same items she still loves to have more of the same.
Now she has a growing mountain of beautiful and unusual leaves, shells, pine cones, seed pods and pussy willow buds.
Quite a few of the other hares stop by to admire her collections and some ask for advice.
Ann Mari is writing a comprehensive manual on the intricacies of gathering. First she has to tabulate all her things and photograph them, whew! that will take a long time!
She prefers to perch on a shelf surrounded by her special possessions, camera and draft manual – she still has a lot of work to do.
Ann Mari has already been to the zoo, the play park, shopping and participated in living room family games. Such a young hare and oh-so busy!
My commissioner and I went to our very first 3D movie - Ice Age3.
What an exciting and enjoyable experience that was. There were 5 adults and 3 tiny humans. And we also went to the yearly Edinburgh Craft Market held at the end of Princes Street.
As we walked around looking at all the etsy style handmade (in Scotland) stuff the youngster spotted some 'cuffs' and raced over to try them on. They were adult size and very colourful and could have been single knee warmers instead as they were so big.
But being the adaptable aunty that I am I said I would make it her size - and to just go ahead and choose her favourite. The pink fluffy one came home with us and half an hour later it fitted perfectly.
However the even younger niece had her eye on it aswell so I whipped up one just for her - in her colours -