Thursday, May 30, 2013

"JUST ONE??? ...

...And kind of a little one at that.  I'm a big boy.  I want more!" - Winston the Demanding.
 "He can be a bit nippy too!  Boy but his black fur sure shows the lite-colored fur-hairs that float around our place endlessly!'  -  RG the Careful
We have had quite a bit of cool dribbly weather for all of May.  Very little sun.  Good for spring flowers and foliage!


Little Miss Titch said...

pretty garden you have there RG but can't you give Winston another trear?

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

That's right, RG. Blame the bunn.

Unknown said...

I would be nippy if I did not get big boy sized treats! Give him the BUTT, Winnie Poopers! That'll show him!
Well if fairies and sprites do not live in your garden, RG, well they are just missing out on some prime fairytale real estate.

SixBunnies said...

Well isn't that a turn of events??? A bunny having to have bunny hair on his fur that shows up. Hhhmmm... welcome to our world WinniePooPoo! I love dat bunny! Your world is beautiful up there!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

I would say it is like Eden, complete with the grouchy old guy who looks over things, but Brandi would get mad at me and guy is not that old. I can't help wondering if there would be less bunny hair in the air if there were less brooming of a certain bunny in his lair?

Anonymous said...

What treat is it? Look like some kind of seed.

By the way, I have just finished a post about 10 Interesting Rabbit Facts:

Interesting Facts About Rabbits and Hares

1) Rabbits are like dogs, they eat their own poo. And they only eat the soft smelly one.

2) In Chinese story, there are Moon rabbits living on the moon. They are associated with mortar and pestle and they mix the elixir of life for the moon goddess. In Japanese version, the Moon rabbits are more practical and they only make rice cake with the tools.

3) The longest rabbit proof fence in Australia was built to prevent rabbits from spreading to the western Australia. But some rabbits jumped across the fence and some dig under it so the fence was an epic fail.

4) Rabbits are associated to Easter because they are a symbol of fertility and birth. And Easter is about Jesus coming back to life.

more Interesting Facts About Rabbits and Hares

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

Don't leave a tip Winnie boy. Your gardens are beautiful.