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Thursday, May 10, 2007

BUNNIES, GREENERY AND SUNSETS

As I've mentioned before, we often have one bunny who likes to hang out in our front yard. She's been here for years. She'll bolt at even someone walking down the public sidewalk, but when we come into our yard she's skittish but she won't normally run away. I think she kinda trusts that we'll just leave her be.

Last night as I was tucking hubby into bed (he goes to bed much earlier than I, he gets up earlier for his job) I looked out the bedroom window and saw TWO bunnies in the front yard. Grabbed my camera and tried to get semi decent shots through the window.

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Then I realized there were FOUR bunnies, not just two!

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All munching merrily away on our grass.

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They're all a little skinny after the long winter we had, with so much snow covering any ground food.

I decided to get pictures of them through the living room window as that's more the side of the lawn they were on. As I carefully opened the window drapes, they took notice and sat up to watch me, resting in the garden but not eating anymore.

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I'm pretty sure this is the "mamma" bunny that thinks of our lawn as her second home. I came home in the dark the other night and she was in her old spot almost where she is in this picture. She didn't bolt when I came up the walk, she just moved onto the lawn and watched me go into the house. This one lets us get a bit closer to her than most will.

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She even had left one of her babies in this spot a few years ago while she was off food hunting. My hubby was weeding around this area when he spotted the baby, and like a big frickin' dummy he picked it up. **rolls eyes** Of course, the baby got frightened out of it's wits and ran away. Silly man.

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And with both some sun and rain, the leaves are finally starting to show themselves around here. These are all of the MayDay tree out back.

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A clear sky tonight, and a nice way to end this post and say goodnight!

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Take good care of each other,

PEACE!
Love Jude

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