London looks so regal here, I love when she sits as so.
She has many poses, in fact. She stretches and does rabbit yoga.
She’s also very particular about the way she looks.
And she says a little prayer before she eats. Dear Jesus, thank you for creating this grass I am about to enjoy.
“Hey! Stop taking my picture!” says London. “I see you over there and hear you clicking away!”
“You’re messing with my meditation.”
We have allowed the grass to take over and just grow. One less space to mow, more free food and shelter for them.
But they lay on the dirt because it’s cooler.
This little patch of no grass is from Mr. Wonderful taking grass to make…
Which I told you about, they have buried far under ground (read post). This is Liberty, the dwarf hotot.
She has gotten a little grumpy which I don’t mind because she’s so cute. Actually, the other day she was sitting on my desk and I thought she looked like she was about to pee. So I picked her up, and she kept peeing and there was nothing, and I mean NOTHING I could do to stop it.
I was screaming as Mr. Wonderful said from the other room, “Just let her finish!”
But I had no choice. I let it puddle and I was so angry and felt helpless. I assume this is what mother’s feel when they change their baby’s diaper and the baby just starts peeing everywhere and you can’t make them stop.
I even tried to shake her to quit peeing. Didn’t work. Lesson learned. No more bunny on the desk.
Back to bunnies being outside. They tried to escape in this corner, which we now stuck a rabbit statue on top.
Behind this sign made by our handyman as a gift (think Jesus in Spanish, then he did it like “He’s Us”). The buns love running under it to enjoy the shade.
Only I lift it up and find this another hole??! -It goes down deep.
Mr. Wonderful gets upset.
“I don’t understand why they want to get away, we feed them, they have plenty of room to run around outside,” he says. “I want them to be done with this digging. Are they trying to escape us?” He takes it so personally. No honey, because bunnies are bunnies and of course, the grass is always looks greener on the other side.
Diana Elizabeth has been scratched a lot, she needs to clip their nails but she thinks they are fine using it outside. Although, if she clips them, would that slow down their digging?