Each morning I go out to harvest for my rabbits an my breakfast. This morning it was so beautiful that I just have to share. My celery has been such a joy - this morning it is Chinese White. My Zucchini Rapacante is really an amazing grower. And my Amarillo Carrots are such a blessing. A strainer full of various herbs and greens round off the harvest. Others I am sure have a much more prolific showing but my teeny, tiny little yard provides and for that I am grateful.
The bunnies are full and so am I!
So, what are you harvesting? Can we se a photo?🤗
As many of you know I have the one rescued rabbit. I was very hesitant to take it as I was not sure what was all wrong with it and if it could cause health issues with any of my other animals. But here she is and at this point living in the house.
At first I had her in a small cage but she did much better with more attention so she ended up roaming the one room with supervision. I have taught her how to use her own litter box and she does not chew items so she is doing ok. I am not sure if she will ever be quite the same as a normal rabbit but she loves attention and her care is not extreme. Time will tell if she ever totally recovers.
Well, I was concerned about our cat. He's a rescue and probably at one time had to forage wild animals to survive. How would he react to a rabbit? He was curious and somewhat jealous. After a few weeks, he tried to share his catnip mouse but the rabbit did not appreciate the generous gesture.
Little Man (the cat) lost all his cat friends in the last two years and recently the dog, which he idolized. I think he enjoyed this new ball of fur but really did not know what to think about it.
In the last two days they have become inseparable. I will look down and they are side by side or the cat is curled up and the rabbit is resting in the curl. It's definitely a love affair of sorts. As I type the rabbits has decided to run sprints in the den by me and the cat is trying to entice the rabbit to play with the catnip mouse, to no avail.
I have been trying to take a photo of the two but the cat is camera shy - the rabbit is a camera hog.
Life with animals is always an adventure
OK, just the subject line probably offended somebody... but get over your political correctness for just a moment, this short video is funny.
When there is a knock on my door I never know what it might be.
Today the was banging on the door. Oh no. I hope it's not an animal that found its way out of the fencing. (Always a concern here)
But it was a nice surprise. The one church about four miles away dropped off a Easter dinner basket! Ham, apple sauce, rolls, corn, beans, yams and dessert. What a nice pleasant surprise.
If no last minute surprises pop up we will have our first family holiday in a year and a half. I'll be taking a lot of this up to share with family.
Should I pour it into my garden all at once, or should I dilute it over the course of the spring & summer?
I AM TOTALLY, 100% KIDDING! NO WAY, NEVER!!!!
It's April Fool's Day and I couldn't help myself! 😆😆😆!!! I am cracking myself up way too much right now... just imagining some of the reactions! I understand if my joke has to be taken down though; I wouldn't want to cause a misconception that Round Up is actually a good thing... haha!
Have a beautiful and joyful day, everybody! 💗