Friday, September 10, 2010


Friends visiting in August, 2004 when we had first gotten Baxter and Lovey. (Our deck still allowed for people chairs!)
Thank you everyone - so many of you! - for the kind words and thoughts. I know many of you have had a similar experience - it never gets easier. But we'll get on and along, as will Zoey. We'll be feeling better shortly.

On a lighter note, BL has had another column printed and you can look at it via the "Bunny Lady's Columns" link to the right under "Websites".


d. moll, said...

Zooey always has RG....glad you guys think you'll feel better sometime. I'll go check out BLs wordsmithing.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Extra hugs for you all, it's never easy to lose a bunny, I'll go and read BL's piece now

Carmen S. said...

I just got home from GA and catching up, I am so very sorry for your loss, it is never easy for sure but you and the rest of the bunns are in my prayers ((BIG HUGS)) the rainbow bridge has another precious bunny there awaiting your arrival one day!

The Fab Furs said...

The passage of time usually makes it easier to cope. I like the sentiment expressed in this work:

To live in this world

you must be able
to do three things:
to love what is mortal;
to hold it

against your bones knowing
your own life depends on it;
and, when the time comes to let it go,
to let it go.

- Mary Oliver

Hef's Mom said...

What a sweet sentiment i hadnt heard it before and had to right it down!

LOS said...

Wow, Fab Furs ... where do you come up with these things? It's beautiful.

I'm still trying to cope with little Hef's behavior which I just learned about. And Lisa's explanation.

One thing I know for sure: people who love bunnies are truly special people who feel things that most other people don't even have a clue about. (hanging preposition and all)

Deb Cushman said...

We are all here for such a short time but loving and being loved make that time special. Baxter was very special.

We loved BL's column. we're hungry for crab! (Except Freckles would just prefer the chives.)

Anonymous said...

Lovey was a real beauty - sending hugs