Bunny Poem =)

Hello, my wonderful friends =)

I wanted to share this beautiful poem about pet bunnies from my Facebook friend Shari Lucyk. It’s very beautiful and oh-so true 🙂 I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

My Pet Bunny

You have so much energy
Hopping from spot to spot.
You just can’t stop
Munching on carrots and radishes.
You love those vegetables;
You can’t live without them.
When you’re upset
I watch your nose twitch.
You remind me of an adorable baby
Who needs to be loved.
That’s what I’m going to do –
I’m going to love
My pet bunny.

Bunnies rule the World!!! 🙂

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And the winner is… Daisy!

Hello, sweet friends of mine!

*waves paw in excitement*

I know Christmas has passed, but I just wanted to share my jolly excitement with you all. I was a First Place winner in the Pet Parade Photo Contest, themed Christmas time. Yes, yes, FIRST place!:)

*binkies happily kicking her back legs*

Mom made me this Santa Bunny outfit from felt material and set up a Christmas scene behind me for a photoshoot 🙂 When we heard about the contest, she submitted my photo and BAM! sweet carrots– I won!

This is my certificate of the win =) Thank you so much to everyone who voted for me. It really means a lot for a small bunny like me.

And here are a few more Santa Bunny photos. I hope you enjoy them, peeps 🙂

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Hoppy New Year– Year of the Rabbit!

Hi guys,

*waves her paw, smiling*

I’ve been chewing on some munchies today when I realized that it’s 2011! It’s a completely New Year, how wonderful is that? And you know what’s even more wonderful? It’s the Year of the Rabbit, a.k.a. ME 😀

*giggles & blushes a little, then puts on her reading glasses & clears her throat*

According to my research, the rabbit has represented hope of the Chinese people for a long time. It is tender and lovely. The moon goddess Chang’e in Chinese legend had a rabbit as her pet, which stimulated the thought that only the rabbit was amiable enough to match her noble beauty. The Chinese character ‘Tu’ (rabbit) is part of ‘Yi’ (escape or leisure) indicating speed and distance. The newborn babies are given paintings of children and rabbits representing that the child will have a peaceful and happy life.

So there, Hoppy New Year of the Rabbit to you guys! Let’s make it the Best one yet!! 🙂

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