Monday, February 21, 2011

Mr. Bunny for President?

Wishing everyone a Happy Presidents Day - and hoping you are able to be spending a lazy day at home like I am.  We woke up to a some fresh snow, which has since melted... but no worries, we still have those mountains from the past month in the yard! 

Our resident bunny has been having a fun time zipping around out there this week.  It seems he is a night owl bunny, so it's hard to get good photos.  I had to go out the other night and scare him back into his hole when Lola alerted the entire neighborhood me to a big 'ole fox slinking around out there.  Don't get me wrong, we love Mr. Fox too, but must protect those cute fuzzy bunnies.  These photos are from one morning last month when Lola found Mr. Bunny basking in the morning snow...

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Sending out congrats to Trevor Bayne, who made history becoming the youngest Daytona 500 champion yesterday... just a day after his 20th birthday.  It was great to see such an exciting race yesterday too...

Trevor Bayne in Victory Lane, courtesy of Miss Sprint Cup's Facebook page

Just a friendly reminder about my Tiger World Fundraiser Contest... we have some great prizes to give to you... but you have to enter!  Help a wonderful organization thru a tax-deductible donation and you'll have the chance to win several knitting, craft and dog related items, as well as season passes to Tiger World!

5 comments:

knittinwolf said...

All our bunnies are nocturnal bunnies...awesome race!

Drama queens mum (Kimberly) said...

Bunnies are so cute. Ours took off on Wednesday. He was living right outside our front door. But I think he has been living on our property for a while. We've seen him off & on over the years.

jen said...

We are getting pounded by snow right now so we can send some your way if you wish:)
How nice of you to be looking out for Mr Bunny!
Before we had a fence we used to always get bunnies in our yard, now they don't come and visit anymore!

Channon said...

Cute bunny.

I wasn't very pleased with much of the race, but I'm on the Trevor bandwagon now!

Marjie said...

We got 9", and it didn't melt. Jeff was in Pittsburgh for the weekend, and he had to drive halfway across the state in a second storm (that stayed south of I-80, about 40 miles south of us). That was really nerve wracking for him. I'm hoping for the warmer temperatures they promised us in a couple of days - by which I mean NOT 5 degrees overnight and highs of 20!!