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Speaking of bunnies. . .
Look closely. The bunny in the picture blends into the scenery quite well. Its ears, however, give it away.
This holiday brought to mind, only because of the title, an excellent novel I read a few years ago, When God was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman. A funny, sad and very engaging story about a sister and brother, and family drama and trauma. Check it out for a spring read.
I wrapped up 2017 by staying up late to finish reading Glass Houses, the latest book in the series by Louise Penny featuring Chief Inspector Gamache. In this outing, Gamache is going all in on stopping drug trafficking. Trafficking which, this being a novel, just happens to be reaching an evil climax in his little village of Three Pines. But it's all good for us, the reader, who can enjoy being wrapped up in the web of mystery and suspense being spun by Louise Penny.
Glass Houses was worth staying up late to read; and now I regret that it is over. That is just the kind of book that qualifies as highly recommended reading.