Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wild Hare Wednesday!

Razzy... what's a Wild Hare?
I'm not really sure Sugie. I think they might be like us, but they don't get to live in Bunnyville. Maybe they are naughty bunnies.
Well if they don't live in Bunnyville, where do they live?
Sugie all I know is that I hear daddy say, "Mama's got another Wild Hare." There must be hundreds of them as I hear daddy say that a lot. I wonder if they get to chew baseboards. Hmm....
Please join me every Wednesday as I present Wild Hare Wednesday. Each week we can share thoughts on the Wild Hares we get. It might be decorating, hair styles, vacations, car purchases, clothing, you name it! It will be so fun to share our Wild Hares!
Next week we'll be kicking it off with my latest decorating Wild Hare!


Unknown said...

I will look forward to your 'wild hares'. So glad to see the buns are well!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Shell:
Hurray! Sugie and Razzy are back. Glad to see Razzy's feeling better, too.
Can't wait to read about your wild hares. I got my own wild hare today and made THREE new pincushions for my boutique. I'm on a roll, baby! lol
Your friend,

The French Bear said...

Okay that sounds like fun, I can't wait to see what you come up with! They look so sweet, especially Sugie with those wild ears!!!!!! I just want to hug them both, mmmmmm and kisses too!!!!
I once had a wild hair day, it was so bad that when my son jokingly said," Elvis has left the building" I cried my heart out!
Never went back to that hairdresser.......
Margaret B

Dianne Long said...

Awww I love hearing from Sugie and Razzy! They are so cute and looks like they are really enjoying each other. The photo of Chloe is precious too Shell, I love it. Your blog is just gorgeous, like all the great creative stuff you do! Can't wait to hear about your decorating Wild Hare! I have one going on myself right now - half painted walls, fabric flung over chairs and tacked to the walls, trying out colors and textures and seriously stuck in the middle of it. I need to finish something... anything!! XOXO Dianne

Gari in AL said...

Wild Hares. I'm afraid.

Gari in AL said...

Wild Hares. I'm afraid.

Unknown said...

Once again, too cute for words!!!! I love it! And I think this is a wonderful idea Shell!! I cant wait to read what everyone says :)

Brenda Pruitt said...

Sounds like fun! Everytime I see those bunnies I yearn to pet those big floppy ears. They look so soft!

Jans Funny Farm said...

Wild hares, huh? Should be interesting.

How is Razzy doing?

GranthamLynn said...

Oh I love this. Cracked me up. I didn't know where you were going with this. Partly because I was thinking of buns that really blanked me off today. We have wild rabbits. They got into my brocolli which I wasn't too bothered by because I really didn't expect it to produce. Never been too lucky with it. But today I see that they ate. Did I say ate! Yes ate My entire bell pepper plant! OK. I am so sorry I had to get that off my chest. The darn pesky things. When I fed my buns today I had to tell them about it. They were sorry thier cousins were so bad! Well. I will definately come by on Wed. and I can't wait to see what your posting!
Have a Blessed Weekend,

Annette Tait said...

never heard of the term 'wild hares'- must be American??

I only know of grey hares but I'm not going to talk about that (or them!) :)

maybe Sugie and Razzy will have the answer?

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