Thursday, June 26, 2008

We have two little bunnies in our backyard

Last evening

I went into the family room and turned on my TV. I sit in the family room in the back of the house, Abe sits in the living room in the front of the house and we each have our own TV's to watch. This way when he goes to bed my watching TV doesn't interfere with his sleep. Use to be, we sit just the opposite, but then when he went to bed, I would switch rooms and go to the back of the house.

I like the family room, I don't see as much as you can from the front but I see the animals that come into the yard and even come up to the patio door. Plus at night I sleep in a recliner in one corner of the family room, and I leave the curtain to the patio door open, so I can see out during the night. We have a tall privacy fence with gates that lock from the inside, so it's not like I have to worry about anyone walking up and looking in. And even if they could, that wouldn't bother me. LOL

Last evening when I first went into the family room, this little fella was not there, but when Abe shut off his computer ( our office is behind the family room) and came through the family room he stopped and said you have someone looking at you. So he got his camera. Here this little fella was sitting up close to the door peering in though the glass, I'm not sure if he could see us or his own reflection, but he set there for a while. There are two of them in the backyard, we've not seen an adult rabbit. These two little ones, chase each other around and when we go outside you almost step on them, I don't know if they're that brave or just don't see and hear too well. Isn't he adorable?

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reader Wil said...

He is so sweet! So now you have to feed him, I suppose?

Gramma Ann said...

He is so cute. He knows you two are his friends, and he trusts you.

We both have our own TVs in other rooms. I say it's one of the perks of being a senior;)

Melissa said...

Awww...he's cute Mom!

Renie Burghardt said...

Sooo cute! Bunnies are just about the cutest wild creatures of all. Thanks for sharing the great picture. Have a good night, Patty!


Wanda said...

With all your sweet pictures of the bunnies, you and Abe, I had to go and pull out my Beatrice Potter children's books.

Maybe you have floppsy and moppsy in your back yard.

Love the idea of them coming up to your door.

rpuckett002 said...

My husband and I also have separate rooms for TV watching. We watch different shows so this works for us. One of the quirks of being seniors. Cute bunny photo.

Anonymous said...

What a cute little bunny!


Melinda said...

adorable........acts like he thinks you are his mommy!

Merle said...

Dear Patty ~~ What a cute little visitor you had watching you. They must be pretty tame. I hope you have a wonderful day on Sunday for your daughters' birthdays. I hope they have a lovely time on their special days. It is hard to think how quickly they have changed from babies, little children and the grown ups with family of their own.
I also have my main meal during the day, and just soup and toast for tea and sometimes a crumpet with lemon butter. Sleep well, my friend, Love, Merle.