Wednesday, April 04, 2007

4/4/07 Mid-week bunny fix

Boomer and Cricket are waiting to hear where the best treats are so they'll know who to visit for Easter.


Mary said...

Awwww! They make me giggle! Sweet! I just want to massage those ears and give them little hugs. I'd love to welcome them on Easter for some treats but they wouldn't like my bunny chasers :o/

bunnygirl said...

Your bunnies are sooooo sweet! I just love those ears!

John said...

You might enjoy some cherry blossom bunnies from DC. The weird metal head is from a sculpture at Hains Point in East Potomac Park.

Liza Lee Miller said...

Sychronized ears! :)

DK & The Fluffies said...

Let the Buns know for Easter here at DKMs we're having dill, basil, butter lettuce, tomato, mango and bananas!

dguzman said...

Look at those sweet buns!

Wow, DK, now Niblet wants to go to your office for easter!

LauraO said...

Wow - those are some ears! Are these two twins?

Cathy said...

I 'second' Mary's 'Awwwww's'. Your sweet bunnies can visit my house for Easter - no bunny chasers here. However we have been visited by some unfortunate winter weather. Drats.

Floridacracker said...

We have Watership Down on DVD.

mon@rch said...

Awww, always love your bunny fix!

LauraHinNJ said...

Mary: No they probably wouldn't appreciate all the hustle and bustle of two active dogs. They're used to sleepy Buddy who ambles out once in a while to greet the pizza delivery guy or to half bark after the mailman's gone.

Bunnygirl: Their ears are just huge, aren't they?!?

John: Thanks for the great link and the smiles it brought! If only I had nerve enough to bring these two outdoors for photos!

Liza: They do everything together and I couldn't resist the ears both pointing in the same direction.

Diva Kitty: I think they might like to visit for some mangos! Do you give presents to your bunnies at Easter?

Delia: Diva Kitty's buns are well-spoiled!

Laura: They're brother and sister and to anyone but me, twins - it seems only I can tell them apart!

Cathy: I think they might like to play in the snow a bit, actually. It's great for digging and tunneling!

FC: Do you like it? It's pretty violent and sad for a *children's* story, don't you think?

I know you don't get the bunny thing, FC, but look at those sweet faces! And the ears! Almost as cute as a Lab!

Monarch: Pure cuteness is a good thing.


Susan Gets Native said...

I've been a good girl. Well, lately, anyway.
Tell them to visit my house on Sunday!

That rhymed.

Mary Ann said...

I imagine Bunny Bloggers are pretty tightly networked. But when I stumbled upon this, it reminded me of you (the bunny, not the bipolar.)I like the banner photo. It can't be easy to get a bunny photo that flat and horizontal.

Floridacracker said...

Late response, but I don't think of Watership Down as a children's tale.
More of a rabbity "Lord of The Rings."
I enjoyed the book in high school and recently shared the movie with my kids (all teens). They liked it.