When Gardeners garden, it is not just plants that grow, but the gardeners themselves ~ Ken Druse
I am truly honored to have a namesake, and much prefer it to be a rabbit as opposed to a chicken. No offense to the chickens....I'm just more of a 'rabbit kinda girl.' :)
p.s. actually, Janie said it, but Darryl has the gmail account!
Sure :) Rabbits are cuddly and cute. We had thought we would be able to use the rabbits for meat producers originally, but the cuteness made us all decide against it!There is a reason the movie, "Chicken Run" was made. Even though they aren't so cute, their actions are hysterical. Anytime we give them some grasshopper to eat, it turns into the great chase. The chicken having the grasshopper runs back and forth with the others following. Reminds me a bit of football. When things calm down the winning chicken beats it beak in the ground several times killing the grasshopper. I'd heard they do the same with rodents. --We are so easily entertained!We probably will get other rabbits too. We need more poo for our garden, lol.
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