Thursday, July 31, 2008

Dear Gretch, Krissy, Andy, Jo-Ann, Rob...

...and all you other folks out there who celebrate Rabbit Rabbit Day:



I started noticing this baby bunny about 4 weeks ago, hanging out under my tree. It was the size of a mouse. I am NOT kidding. It has grown and prospered by eating our clover. (We are proud to have a chemical-free, grass-free, weeds-galore lawn.)

Baby Bunny has learned alot since moving to our tree:
1) 3 kids screaming "BUNNY BUNNY!!!!!" to it's face, will no longer make him flinch. Even slightly. He goes right on eating clover.
2) Clover is much better than baby carrots, or a bowl of fresh, cool water.
3) The mailman is scary.
4) Cool rain feels really good on hot fur.
5) The crazy lady will come out of the house with her camera, if he stands on the front steps and does something cute.

That's all for now.

11 comments:

lex said...

Isn't it funny how a bunny can prompt one out of the lurking closet? The other day we, too, saw a bunny who had the same tookis (sp?) as yours hanging out in our yard. Could it be s/he made the trek all the way across town?

Elena said...

It looks like a kangaroo.

Krissy said...

Rabbit Rabbit!

hehe.. What a cutie :)

kati said...

when i was growing up, there were always bunnies in our yard and i LOVED getting the binoculars out and spying on them and trying to catch them. never got close.

Murray said...

My husband LOVES bunnies! So sweet, lucky you.

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

That's like the cutest thing. EVER. :-)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for chemical free noms! I mowz it for you! -G.mo

nadia said...

How cute is that and so great to here that your lawn is chemical free!!!

Jessie Cacciola said...

awwww....

Bonbon Oiseau said...

that little rabbit butt is the cutest rabbit butt i've ever seen! awwwww! and that rabbits right about the cool rain on hot fur.

bunzi said...

:D omigosh! our baby bunny (well no longer a baby) eats carrots and grass! (fat fat fat) but she didn't like salad or baby carrots our neighbors threw out on their lawn. and we did try the water trick too and no luck. guess bunnies aren't like cats.