Monday, January 27, 2014

Rabbit Food

These days we like staying indoors by the fireplace. with a magazine, or watching Downton Abbey (just sayin!).

For all those who like decorating with white, nature has given us plenty of that this year…everywhere we look!

The faint gray line in the photo below is the height of the bank along our is about waist height…


I believe the snow banks are much taller than usual, and my husband can attest to that…every day he keeps up fitness with an old fashioned fitness machine…a snow shovel!



Anyway, back to the title of this post…rabbit food…. I  was feeling sorry for our resident bunny and prepared a special salad for her… since the snow has covered most of the vegetation she would be subsisting on…


rabbitI know most people dislike rabbits in their garden, but I don’t mind at all.


Lorrie said...

So sweet of you to feed your resident bunny. And so much snow! Wow! Nothing like that out here.
Instead we have fog, which brings its own problems.

Pamela Gordon said...

You sure do have a lot of snow there Millie. I hope your resident rabbit found it's nice lunch. The winter has been pretty bad all over this year hasn't it? Thankfully January is almost gone.

ellen b. said... sweet. We have a wild bunny here, too. That is a lot of snow!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your yard looks like ours. We are having an old fashioned winter this year, that's for sure. That is one cute bunny! We have bunnies in our woods behind our home and we see them every once in a while hopping along the edge of the trees. I'm sure your bunny will enjoy his lunch!


Anonymous said...

Bless you for remembering the bunny. That is a lot of snow, Millie.

Shelia said...

Hi Millie! You're just the sweetest one feeding that little bunny! I'm sure the food was very much appreciated. I hope the snow has melted away a bit for you. Thank you so much for popping in to see me and your kind words.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

sheetal jain said...

Get your Summer Collections with over 50% discounts now!!!