Sunday, April 10, 2011

"HEY! CHICO! ....

.... are you there? Can you come out and play?" - Racer Racer got a little time outside in Chico's area (sans Chico) while his condo cleaner was at work!

Do you remember March 25? That is the last day that our high temperature was at or above the normal! Brrrrr ...

8 comments:

Glenna said...

Bummer on the cold--spring hasn't sprung there?

Crafty Green Poet said...

we've just had a few days of lovely warm weather, think it's going to be colder today though

So sweet Racer round at Chico's asking him out to play...

Jade said...

*squee* for white footie peeking out!

Sucks about the cold weather--I think we've had some improvement in temps here, but don't know for sure as I've been too sick to go outside. :(

Jason said...

sweet and lovely bun, here in Malaysia, we're having sunny whole year long ... :)

jason

Lisa said...

Racer is a good neighbor.

Sorry to hear about the weather. Saturday was beautiful, Sunny and definitely broke 50 degrees. I think it rained at night though. The rest of the past week has been pretty much overcast. Today it's supposed to get to 70 but no sun and pretty high winds, so it's not really that satisfying. Good luck, I hope spring is over soon and we can move on to summer!

RoadBunner said...

Aww. So sweet. Who wouldn't want to come out to play with Racer?

SixBunnies said...

I'll play with you, Racer ... if I could get there before it's your bedtime ...

Well, weather is warm here ... nearing 90 degrees during the day ... BUT we had a hail storm last night that broke windows and beat my car and our roof to a pulp! Of course, the first place I went was the bunroom! All buns were safely inside their hidey boxes ... except one. Cooper was so scared he didn't know where to go. I left his window open a few inches because it was nice outside last night, and the rain was pouring in on him. He was one soaked bunny! I dried him off and gave him a carrot. All is good with him this morning. Hail the size of my fist!

Michelle May (Shell) said...

We have warm then cold, then warm then cold. Crazy it is!
xx, shell