Monday, March 17, 2008

WATCHING THE ST. PADDY PARADE ....

We really let the March 17 Irish holiday slip right up on us with no preparations! So we'll pretend Goldie and Benji are enjoying a parade from their tub! That's another place they like outside. They can see in the window, and get a good view of all the other neighbors too!
The bricks keep the top on in the wind, which is often around from Columbus Day to Mother's Day!
I should have known that nail clipping would hit lots of people .. it's quite a job and we feel so fortunate that everyone sits pretty still for it. I can not imagine doing it by myself, but I have seen others do it. Those curly side nails get pretty long on some of the bunns, others seem to keep them well worn down. They are hard to get a hold of and snip.
Have you seen that site about "your day/life in 7 words or less"? Got rabbits. No vacation. What's new?

8 comments:

Crafty Green Poet said...

that's an adorable photo! They certainly do look like they're watching a parade!

Glenna said...

Love the tale of the bunny mani-pedi! Hopefully someone on the St. Paddy parade float was tossing parsley to the spectators.

nipper said...

Oh yeah, the bunns love their perch! I too take SAmmy to the vet for his pedis. I like to spend the $12 just to be safe, you know? I'll have to check out that site. Looks cool!

Jane said...

Aye, Rabbie is a Scot named for the famous Robert Burns; he just moonlighted for me for St Paddy's Day. Oh I hate nail clipping, I'm always worried that I won't get the right place so I snip them not short enough and have to do it more often. ~Jane of the FLuffy Tribe

Hetty Miep Wainthropp said...

Goldie looks like she
is putting out some major disapproval!

L.Bo Marie said...

@Jane... Norty and I always wondered if Rabbie was from Rabbie Burns... I've always ment to ask that!

FrecklesandDeb said...

Can't tell if they are liking the parade, but probably just sitting near each other is enough!

archi ann said...

That's a perfect pic of them watching! They are definitely attentive to something! :-)