This white rabbit is tinged in grey as it is sitting under a huge grey cloud (not depicted!). February is the month where the dreadful Valentine’s Day crops up; long-time visitors will remember that I’m not too keen on this, ahem, celebration, and instead convert it to another version of Hallowe’en. This year, I’m not dwelling on it here on Beyond the Sphere. Oh no, I’m dwelling on it over on my other blog, Splodge and Splatter, instead. This white rabbit shows its true colours over there.

Valentine’s Day aside, Happy February! And WHITE RABBITS.

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    1. Oh, well, ah… hehehe! ☺
      Firstly, Joy, Happy Anniversary for this month, and congratulations on your foreverness. Enjoy! 🙂
      Secondly, please ignore my ramblings about Valentine’s, I would advise most people to do so. In a way, I must like it to a certain extent, as I devote quite a lot of blog time to it, although I convert it to my favourite celebration of the year, Hallowe’en. I am a Valentine’s Grinch, however!


  1. Oh bother it. I forgot to say ‘white rabbits’ for the first of the month!
    I used to dislike February, despite it being my birthday month (or perhaps because of it) but it was mostly because it always seemed like winter would never end. It’s summer in the southern hemisphere! Happy for that 🙂

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    1. Happy Birthday for this month, Chris. It’s my birthday month next month. Februarys seem to be having a Summer makeover here at present – most odd!
      I usually try to post a White Rabbits post early to act as a reminder, but what’s early on a global scale?

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    1. Thanks, Joy. I’ll always accept sunshine and happiness!
      But please, don’t feel sad for me, things aren’t as bad as I seem to make out…!


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