Just me rambling about birds, books, bunnies, or whatever!
I have to stop looking at the posts you do about the bunnies. It makes me want one.
Aww... that's such excellent advice! But what are we supposed to do once they're all gone? Hm, smarty-pants?
Ditto Susan's comment. They seem so much more tame than ranbunctious Bostons. Lovely photo.
Tasty and pretty too. Thanks.She looks so begninly content.
Our bunny is home from college for the weekend. We give over most of the kitchen to the beast, so there's that inconvenience.
Oh, I love it. That must be my new mantra! :)
Mary, they don't bark as nicely as Bostons. ;-)
Look at that sweet little bunny's eye! So expressive!
I think that bunny is smiling!!:)
Laura - Wordpress has been wonderful. There is an option to import all of your posts from blogger. I actually imported posts from Diva Kitty and my old blog. The only glitch was when my comments went wonkie because blogger crassed (big surprise) during the transfer. I really like the new format and I still am using flickr.com for my photos.
Susan: Bunny mind control at work here.Bunnygirl: lol! I can't recommend letting bunnies eat mums - at least not many of them - but why not dandelions! There's always plenty of those.Mary: Trust me - they have their moments!Silverlight: Yep - happy bunny.Pablo: You sound pleased. ;-)-llm.: Make sure they're tasty ones first!Ric: No, but they use a litterbox.dguzman: Such a giggle from you calling her little - if you only could see how big she is!Lynne: Smiling or plotting to take over the world.DKM: Your new place looks nice! Glad to hear you like it and it went smoothly - except for Blogger's usual crashing! Good heavens!
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