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Post by kathry » Mon, 28 May 2001 13:26:56



Hi!
Things are rather hectic right now. =) but i wanted to share with you a
little something. this may sound absolutely hilarious at first and
perhaps odd but....
the other night we went to the jail. not to visit and not because we
were in it but because the Jail has this beautiful and romantic rose
garden (I know... kinda twisted, huh?) and that was where the bunnies
were playing! oh wow! they were so cool! they romped, binkied, vied for
***.... they hid and dug and played possum.... they thumped and
raced and had themselves a grand ol time! one even chased a Kestrel
(looks kinda like a small hawk/owl hybrid type bird) and you could hear
the bird screaming as it flew off in fear (bunnies rule! DON'T EVER
forget that!!) and it was cool.... one even came up and nudged right
into my leg! he took off as soon as I looked down. so we were done
watching hte bunnies and letting the kids play. (the sunsets are
absolutely unreal from this place! like a fairytale!) and so we were
heading for the car. Carlos knelt down with my daughter and pointed to
her what looked to be a tiny little rock.... she slowly moved a bit
closer and 'lo and behold! it was a BABY!!! such a cute little thing!
short little ears, nibbling on grass.... scritch, scritch, scritch....
nibble....nibble...nibble.... hark! what's that I hear?? Statue
still..... tiny thump! ears flicking forward and back.... and he took
off with a bunch of grass in his little mouth the way a dog would hold a
bone.... with whisps sticking out from both sides! I guesstimate the
baby bunny to be about somewhere between 12 weeks old to maybe 15 weeks
old. so tiny he looked as if he could fit in the palm of my hand (I've
got small hands and stand 5'3" if that gives any idea on size) and he's
just so CUTE!!!

Story behind the rosegarden.... for those who are in trouble with the
law, the rose garden was developed in Golden, CO to provide "work" for
the inmates. it is their responsibility to make sure that the lawn is
mowed, the rose bushes are watered and pruned, that the rock paths are
free of weeds and debris and that the Gazebo and benches are in good
repair. they also make sure to fertilize the flowerbeds and to make sure
that anywhere there are flowers blooming, there are no weeds or litter.
it seems to be an effective program because they're currently planning 2
more gardens! so though it seems a little odd..... when Carlos wants to
take me somewhere that's "romantic" and nice..... that's it. we sit and
watch the rabbits play, we walk on the paths, we watch the sunset and we
often look at all the different roses as they bloom. some of the
different "breeds" of roses are just wonderful! they've got some flowers
that are the size of a softball! the grass is plush like velvet carpet.
they have a beautiful lattice work archway with tiny little roses in
small planters. it's actually given me some ideas for how I want my
backyard at our new house to look.... and it's provided a place for me
to go and think or just get inspired so I can write either stories or
poetry.
but a few days ago... seeing that baby cottontail.... wow.... it just
made my entire week! =)
Kathryn

 
 
 

saw the cutest thing a few days ago!

Post by TERBOB » Tue, 29 May 2001 00:02:51


KATHRYN, you sure do have a way with words,, while reading your story, i felt
that i was there,, and i dont think its so strange that you hang out at that
prison.. the grounds and flowers sound so nice and peaceful... and what a bonus
to see that little baby cottontail..

Quote:

>Hi!
>Things are rather hectic right now. =) but i wanted to share with you a
>little something. this may sound absolutely hilarious at first and
>perhaps odd but....
>the other night we went to the jail. not to visit and not because we
>were in it but because the Jail has this beautiful and romantic rose
>garden (I know... kinda twisted, huh?) and that was where the bunnies
>were playing! oh wow! they were so cool! they romped, binkied, vied for
>***.... they hid and dug and played possum.... they thumped and
>raced and had themselves a grand ol time! one even chased a Kestrel
>(looks kinda like a small hawk/owl hybrid type bird) and you could hear
>the bird screaming as it flew off in fear (bunnies rule! DON'T EVER
>forget that!!) and it was cool.... one even came up and nudged right
>into my leg! he took off as soon as I looked down. so we were done
>watching hte bunnies and letting the kids play. (the sunsets are
>absolutely unreal from this place! like a fairytale!) and so we were
>heading for the car. Carlos knelt down with my daughter and pointed to
>her what looked to be a tiny little rock.... she slowly moved a bit
>closer and 'lo and behold! it was a BABY!!! such a cute little thing!
>short little ears, nibbling on grass.... scritch, scritch, scritch....
>nibble....nibble...nibble.... hark! what's that I hear?? Statue
>still..... tiny thump! ears flicking forward and back.... and he took
>off with a bunch of grass in his little mouth the way a dog would hold a
>bone.... with whisps sticking out from both sides! I guesstimate the
>baby bunny to be about somewhere between 12 weeks old to maybe 15 weeks
>old. so tiny he looked as if he could fit in the palm of my hand (I've
>got small hands and stand 5'3" if that gives any idea on size) and he's
>just so CUTE!!!

>Story behind the rosegarden.... for those who are in trouble with the
>law, the rose garden was developed in Golden, CO to provide "work" for
>the inmates. it is their responsibility to make sure that the lawn is
>mowed, the rose bushes are watered and pruned, that the rock paths are
>free of weeds and debris and that the Gazebo and benches are in good
>repair. they also make sure to fertilize the flowerbeds and to make sure
>that anywhere there are flowers blooming, there are no weeds or litter.
>it seems to be an effective program because they're currently planning 2
>more gardens! so though it seems a little odd..... when Carlos wants to
>take me somewhere that's "romantic" and nice..... that's it. we sit and
>watch the rabbits play, we walk on the paths, we watch the sunset and we
>often look at all the different roses as they bloom. some of the
>different "breeds" of roses are just wonderful! they've got some flowers
>that are the size of a softball! the grass is plush like velvet carpet.
>they have a beautiful lattice work archway with tiny little roses in
>small planters. it's actually given me some ideas for how I want my
>backyard at our new house to look.... and it's provided a place for me
>to go and think or just get inspired so I can write either stories or
>poetry.
>but a few days ago... seeing that baby cottontail.... wow.... it just
>made my entire week! =)
>Kathryn

Marylee, Muffy(muffman), bazy-may, and of coarse,, murphy the silly chin
 
 
 

saw the cutest thing a few days ago!

Post by D. Stuss » Tue, 29 May 2001 04:08:12


Ralphable is outraged by this!  Despite how "happy" the rabbits may appear to
be, they're still in jail.  He demands their immediate release, and if He
doesn't get it, He's going to send Marcy to go bite the warden into submission.
;-)
Quote:

> Things are rather hectic right now. =) but i wanted to share with you a
> little something. this may sound absolutely hilarious at first and
> perhaps odd but....
> the other night we went to the jail. not to visit and not because we
> were in it but because the Jail has this beautiful and romantic rose
> garden (I know... kinda twisted, huh?) and that was where the bunnies
> were playing! oh wow! they were so cool! they romped, binkied, vied for
> ***.... they hid and dug and played possum.... they thumped and
> raced and had themselves a grand ol time! one even chased a Kestrel
> (looks kinda like a small hawk/owl hybrid type bird) and you could hear
> the bird screaming as it flew off in fear (bunnies rule! DON'T EVER
> forget that!!) and it was cool.... one even came up and nudged right
> into my leg! he took off as soon as I looked down. so we were done
> watching hte bunnies and letting the kids play. (the sunsets are
> absolutely unreal from this place! like a fairytale!) and so we were
> heading for the car. Carlos knelt down with my daughter and pointed to
> her what looked to be a tiny little rock.... she slowly moved a bit
> closer and 'lo and behold! it was a BABY!!! such a cute little thing!
> short little ears, nibbling on grass.... scritch, scritch, scritch....
> nibble....nibble...nibble.... hark! what's that I hear?? Statue
> still..... tiny thump! ears flicking forward and back.... and he took
> off with a bunch of grass in his little mouth the way a dog would hold a
> bone.... with whisps sticking out from both sides! I guesstimate the
> baby bunny to be about somewhere between 12 weeks old to maybe 15 weeks
> old. so tiny he looked as if he could fit in the palm of my hand (I've
> got small hands and stand 5'3" if that gives any idea on size) and he's
> just so CUTE!!!

> Story behind the rosegarden.... for those who are in trouble with the
> law, the rose garden was developed in Golden, CO to provide "work" for
> the inmates. it is their responsibility to make sure that the lawn is
> mowed, the rose bushes are watered and pruned, that the rock paths are
> free of weeds and debris and that the Gazebo and benches are in good
> repair. they also make sure to fertilize the flowerbeds and to make sure
> that anywhere there are flowers blooming, there are no weeds or litter.
> it seems to be an effective program because they're currently planning 2
> more gardens! so though it seems a little odd..... when Carlos wants to
> take me somewhere that's "romantic" and nice..... that's it. we sit and
> watch the rabbits play, we walk on the paths, we watch the sunset and we
> often look at all the different roses as they bloom. some of the
> different "breeds" of roses are just wonderful! they've got some flowers
> that are the size of a softball! the grass is plush like velvet carpet.
> they have a beautiful lattice work archway with tiny little roses in
> small planters. it's actually given me some ideas for how I want my
> backyard at our new house to look.... and it's provided a place for me
> to go and think or just get inspired so I can write either stories or
> poetry.
> but a few days ago... seeing that baby cottontail.... wow.... it just
> made my entire week! =)

 
 
 

saw the cutest thing a few days ago!

Post by Domen » Tue, 29 May 2001 05:02:24


Minnie and I are quite upset, too. What have these poor rabbits done to
deserve this crimial treatment?? If biting the warden doesn't work, we say
go after the governor!!
Domenic & Minnie
<g>


Quote:

> Ralphable is outraged by this!  Despite how "happy" the rabbits may appear to
> be, they're still in jail.  He demands their immediate release, and if He
> doesn't get it, He's going to send Marcy to go bite the warden into

submission.
 
 
 

saw the cutest thing a few days ago!

Post by kathry » Tue, 29 May 2001 12:06:14


LOL! Ralphable, rest assured that the rabbits weren't *in* jail but yet they were
playing on the jail grounds cuz they were laughing at the humans who are
incarcerated.... cuz it was the humans who were in the cage and not them. =)
*snickering* I must admit that if we could order the immediate release of ALL
bunnies.... humankind would be overthrown and the government would HAVE to submit
to furriness, binkies and the pursuit of munchies!
Quote:

> Ralphable is outraged by this!  Despite how "happy" the rabbits may appear to
> be, they're still in jail.  He demands their immediate release, and if He
> doesn't get it, He's going to send Marcy to go bite the warden into submission.
> ;-)


> > Things are rather hectic right now. =) but i wanted to share with you a
> > little something. this may sound absolutely hilarious at first and
> > perhaps odd but....
> > the other night we went to the jail. not to visit and not because we
> > were in it but because the Jail has this beautiful and romantic rose
> > garden (I know... kinda twisted, huh?) and that was where the bunnies
> > were playing! oh wow! they were so cool! they romped, binkied, vied for
> > ***.... they hid and dug and played possum.... they thumped and
> > raced and had themselves a grand ol time! one even chased a Kestrel
> > (looks kinda like a small hawk/owl hybrid type bird) and you could hear
> > the bird screaming as it flew off in fear (bunnies rule! DON'T EVER
> > forget that!!) and it was cool.... one even came up and nudged right
> > into my leg! he took off as soon as I looked down. so we were done
> > watching hte bunnies and letting the kids play. (the sunsets are
> > absolutely unreal from this place! like a fairytale!) and so we were
> > heading for the car. Carlos knelt down with my daughter and pointed to
> > her what looked to be a tiny little rock.... she slowly moved a bit
> > closer and 'lo and behold! it was a BABY!!! such a cute little thing!
> > short little ears, nibbling on grass.... scritch, scritch, scritch....
> > nibble....nibble...nibble.... hark! what's that I hear?? Statue
> > still..... tiny thump! ears flicking forward and back.... and he took
> > off with a bunch of grass in his little mouth the way a dog would hold a
> > bone.... with whisps sticking out from both sides! I guesstimate the
> > baby bunny to be about somewhere between 12 weeks old to maybe 15 weeks
> > old. so tiny he looked as if he could fit in the palm of my hand (I've
> > got small hands and stand 5'3" if that gives any idea on size) and he's
> > just so CUTE!!!

> > Story behind the rosegarden.... for those who are in trouble with the
> > law, the rose garden was developed in Golden, CO to provide "work" for
> > the inmates. it is their responsibility to make sure that the lawn is
> > mowed, the rose bushes are watered and pruned, that the rock paths are
> > free of weeds and debris and that the Gazebo and benches are in good
> > repair. they also make sure to fertilize the flowerbeds and to make sure
> > that anywhere there are flowers blooming, there are no weeds or litter.
> > it seems to be an effective program because they're currently planning 2
> > more gardens! so though it seems a little odd..... when Carlos wants to
> > take me somewhere that's "romantic" and nice..... that's it. we sit and
> > watch the rabbits play, we walk on the paths, we watch the sunset and we
> > often look at all the different roses as they bloom. some of the
> > different "breeds" of roses are just wonderful! they've got some flowers
> > that are the size of a softball! the grass is plush like velvet carpet.
> > they have a beautiful lattice work archway with tiny little roses in
> > small planters. it's actually given me some ideas for how I want my
> > backyard at our new house to look.... and it's provided a place for me
> > to go and think or just get inspired so I can write either stories or
> > poetry.
> > but a few days ago... seeing that baby cottontail.... wow.... it just
> > made my entire week! =)

 
 
 

saw the cutest thing a few days ago!

Post by Cddlebun » Tue, 29 May 2001 15:38:50


Quote:

>deserve this crimial treatment?? If biting the warden doesn't work, we say
>go after the governor!!

Traycer says to just skip the warden... go right to the top first!!  ;)

Melody, Cuddles, Koko, Traycer & Honeybun
(http://www.angelfire.com/pq/melodyzg/bunny.html)
                "Everybunny Loves Somebunny Sometime"
                                        Dean Martin (paraphrased)

 
 
 

saw the cutest thing a few days ago!

Post by TERBOB » Wed, 30 May 2001 09:16:54


well tell them that i work at a prison as a nurse. and not to get me..

*grin*

Quote:

>>deserve this crimial treatment?? If biting the warden doesn't work, we say
>>go after the governor!!

>Traycer says to just skip the warden... go right to the top first!!  ;)

>Melody, Cuddles, Koko, Traycer & Honeybun
>(http://www.angelfire.com/pq/melodyzg/bunny.html)
>                "Everybunny Loves Somebunny Sometime"
>                                        Dean Martin (paraphrased)

Marylee, Muffy(muffman), bazy-may, and of coarse,, murphy the silly chin