Thursday, May 10, 2012

Thoughts on Thursday - my view

The view from my window this morning. A most enchanting fairytale.



I have named this wee one, Freedom, as having freedom to follow my dreams has become most important to me.

Wishing you a beautiful and free Thursday.

xx, Michelle and the Bunnies

28 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Ahhh! YOU TOO NAME YOUR WILD RABBITS? You should see all the rabbit that have visited us here at RABBIT HILL (the name of our cottage) in the 15 years we have lived here. A fairtale indeed! Anita

Sunnybec said...

Oh I am so with you on the Freedom thing. I am coming very close to obtaining my second dream...can't wait! Love that sweet little bunny. Hugs xx

Shelley said...

It's so rare to see rabbits where I live...too may coyotes. The only ones I've ever seen in my yard are ones we raised which were supposedly two males but one "magically" transformed into a pregnant female lol! We had 9 of those little devils running around for quite a while and of course were the cheapest babysitters I ever had! Love brown ones and he's sure sweet:) PS> do they come in dark chocolate down there???:)

Miss Beau Jangles said...

My dad has a wildy bun that he has christened Herbert Pocket. I imagine him in a waistcoat with a pocket-watch, and a monocle!

Miss Beau Jangles said...

My dad has a wildy bun that he has christened Herbert Pocket. I imagine him in a waistcoat with a pocket-watch, and a monocle!

piece peace said...

Bravo for having the courage to live your dreams. Thank you for sharing. If I were to take a picture of my yard it would be called nightmares. LOL.

Megan Chamberlain said...

So beautiful, I love to see the wild baby bunnies in the fields around our house. We are also lucky enough to have hares but they are harder to see.
I love how the little baby sat there waiting for you to get a photo.

Anna said...

It just goes to show you that we only think we are living ordinary lives but in fact they are extraordinary if only we opened our hearts.

you yard is so lush! what state do you reside in? My grass still doesn't understand it's Spring!

Wendy said...

Ohohoh!! How cute, what a little sweetie! I'm far too urban to have wild rabbits around but my sister in law lives in the middle of a country park and they have loads of wild rabbits running around, I just sit there watching them when I go to visit, I don't pay any attention to the family, just the bunnies!

Wendy said...

Ohohoh!! How cute, what a little sweetie! I'm far too urban to have wild rabbits around but my sister in law lives in the middle of a country park and they have loads of wild rabbits running around, I just sit there watching them when I go to visit, I don't pay any attention to the family, just the bunnies!

Barb said...

Thanks for the inspiration today!

Tina said...

Oh my goodness...what an absolute cutie-pie!! I just love seeing baby bunnies like this one. ( "Cute" doesn't really begin to describe baby bunnies, does it?) Seeing something this wonderful first thing in the morning really helps to start the day with a smile!!!

Mosaic Magpie said...

So very regal looking isn't he.
I think it is a he.
Deb

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

Babies bunnies are so sweet! Love your gardens. Have a lovely day.

Sheila said...

How cute , and the dear little thing knew just the house to visit too:-)

April said...

Freedom knew where to go visit! A Bunny Lover!! We have some.. I call them Jack Rabbits. Big and LONG ears. They love to come into the yard in the late evening. I always put my lettuce cores and other raw vegetable scraps out for them.. I have named the biggest one. Jack.. I know I am orignal!! lol Thanks for sharing the pictures !!

Allie said...

How beautiful - a fairytale indeed, Shell!!!!

Christine M said...

How cute is that baby bunny!

Christina said...

Aw look at that sweet little boo. That bunny knows a good spot!

Kris said...

Shell - You live in the coolest place with all your wonderful wildlife!!! Sooooooo sweet!!! Kris

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

I have a squirrel out back that eats under the birdfeeder--his name is 'buddy' and I once had a squirrel outside I named 'Charlie' he would come for peanuts when I called his name and sometimes he would knock on the porch door for one!!!!
Hugs to you and that little Freedom--and don't forget, hugs to the two buns inside, from, Di and miss gracie

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Ooooo I just had an encounter with a bunny today after school in my garden as I was planting some new creeping phlox!

HI MICHELLE! Thank you again for coming by. Oh dear, I need to figure out how to do the REPLY feature! I took my email off because last summer I had a situation where I had to take it down. But I so appreciate your visits!

I am very excited to get to know you!!! Have a magical evening! Anita

Lesley said...

That is an awful cute bunny!

Lois Evensen said...

What a cutie. The baby bunnies here are about the same size now. :) We saw one in our yard the other day.

Melody said...

What a wonderful post. Freedom - something to be treasured.

Chris said...

What a gift. I always try to think of moments like this that way :)

Poussy Stitches My Love said...

Oh I love the little rabbit ...

Bisous de France

Carol Jordan said...

I too have a wild bunny in my yard. I am amazed that my cat seems to respect his/her (?) right to exist. Morgan sits on the porch and watches, but does not move. I love the new saying w the stand. When I get back home, I will order it. Happy Mother's Day