This is how I feel many days. However, some days I get a lot accomplished, but it doesn't show. Frustrating, although I still feel good about it.
Going to start today with some updated 'bunny' pics from my daughter. Apparently Leo is a girl... and she has a brownish black bunny boyfriend. They have been spending a lot of time together. Maybe baby bunnies are in the future?
|son-in- law observing bunnies|
Interesting development, yes? (I would like to see baby bunnies out there too)
Now on to other things...
I know you're probably tired of seeing these... but I find them very interesting. And if you'll notice, I tend to like the hunter green colors. This next pic is how I'd like my own kitchen to look... more green and greenery.
And that's it for today. I do have 2 more pics that don't have any rhyme of reason to include here. I just like them... 😊
The first pic is an old one of our Tux. Whenever we were packing to go somewhere he would insert himself into the luggage as if saying "Take me with you..." (if I was a witch, he would have been my familiar). Miss him... and all of them so much.
Wishing all of you a great rest of the week (not much left since tomorrow's Friday already) and a fun filled weekend (even if it just means more times for naps!)
While I'm not a big rabbit fan, I DID like that additional tiny house--it looks like something from a storybook, and the kitchen looks like it would belong to a good witch who lived in the woods! And I'm a sucker for cats, I loved Tux's little mustache. Too cute about wanting to go in that suitcase! I hope the rest of your weekend is good too Rian.. you always make me smile.ReplyDelete
Love those kitchen colors. Need to use more hunter green in mine, distress my cabinets, and hang more plants... As for Tux, we teased him by calling him "Smudge" on occasion... due to the black smudge on his left cheek. Tux (as well as his 4 siblings were the first litter of feral kittens we took in. They all had the best personalities...)Delete
We have had many cats who insisted on climbing into luggage. Gorgeous pictures today and I am always a fan of green.ReplyDelete
I know, EC, luggage (like boxes or baskets) are considered a cat's favorite place.Delete
I spent way too much time watching tiny house YouTube. Now I watch schoolie YouTube.ReplyDelete
I've never watched tiny house You Tube... but may check it out. And I don't know what a schoolie is.... but will google it.Delete
What a handsome pair. They should produce colorful bunnies. Mr. Chocolatte is certainly comfortable with humans.ReplyDelete
We had a small dog that because we moved a lot did the suitcase thing. Smart.
Loved the turtle face off.
They are an interesting pair of bunnies. I too hope there are little bunnies in their future. I'd like to see the little bunnies running with the baby chicks!Delete
My children raised dwarf rabbits as a 4H project. The plan was to breed rabbits, but they are very hard to "sex" when they are young. After we purchased four boy rabbits (one by one), I put my foot down and they became "show rabbits". We took very good care of the rabbits and two lived long past when my children aged out of 4-H.ReplyDelete
Show rabbits would be fun I should think. I've never done 4-H, but did have to show an Angus steer and a young Quarterhorse when I was studying Animal Science at LSU.Delete
Oh, I absolutely love every picture you've posted. Leo is really something and now so is Mr. Chocolate. I can't imaging tame rabbits that live on their own outside. That to me is amazing. My BunBun used to lay with his big back feet turned up like Chocolate's. That is so cute. I love those tiny houses and though I've never been a color green person, that kitchen is beautiful! Oh, and Tux in the suitcase; touches my heart.ReplyDelete
It is a mystery as to why these bunnies are so tame and trusting. Mr. Chocolatte' is not as trusting as Leo, but seems to be getting more so.Delete
I love the tiny houses -- not that I see myself ever living in one. Where would I store my craft materials? But I love looking at home design and decor.ReplyDelete
I feel the same, Olga. But maybe they would work for a vacation home... a tiny house as a second home??Delete
This was a fun post. I suspect baby bunnies are in your future! And I too love that tiny house.ReplyDelete
It is fun to dream about things like this... tiny houses, she-sheds, baby bunnies, etc. I doubt if we'll ever do a kitchen make-over again, but I can play around with the color scheme and add more plants.Delete
I suspect there will be baby bunnies soon. Mr Chocolate is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
The tiny house is adorable.
Have a great weekend.
Thanks, Mae. The weekend here is supposed to be "hot"... in the high 90's!Delete