It has come to some's attention that there are no pictures of me on my blog anymore. The little manic bunny hopping on the left menu bar doesn't really capture the essence of me, it seems.
I have gotten inquiries as to why I took all my pics of bunnyburrow. I don't really know other than to say that it occurred to me that everyone in the world has access to my pictures. Does that bother anyone else?
Anyway.. for those of you who are wondering. I'm still the same me and here's a pic just for you. You know who you are! Yep, that big grin is just for you.
Ok, so here's the deal...I have an old concrete bunny in my garden. I desperately want it to have that 'moldy' look but can't seem to figure out how to get that effect.
First of all, I'm sure if I showered outside every day with the poor bunny it would surely get as much mold and mildew as my shower does on a regular basis but my neighbors might take some issue with this. Also, it is too dang heavy to carry into the shower with me (not to mention I then wouldn't have enough room to shave my legs -- horror of horrors).
I have heard you can try eggs, buttermilk, or beer? I tried eggs but Buster, my well-trained dog, just licked it right off before it could make any difference.
So, before I run off all my neighbors and/or give my dog salmonella and hoping he's not lactose-intolerant (of course he won't know it being drunk and all), does anyone have any suggestions?
My Mom and I hit the road for the weekend. Here are some of our pics.
We went to Kansas City, Missouri, and had a blast! We did a ton of shopping, and touring and even spent a day at the Ameristar Casino. I didn't know, for instance, that Kansas City has more fountains than any other city in the world other than Rome. I've been to Rome and that's ALOT of fountains!
Also, J.C. Hall founder of Hallmark started everything in Kansas City and we got to see the Hallmark Center.
We ate SO much food, we'll be walking it off for weeks. But it was worth it, wasn't it Mom? ;)
The other day I was transporting some tomato cages and after I put them in the car I realized there was a small lizard on one of them.
Shane and Jace were with me and they were ecstatic! We were going to take the lizard home and put it in our yard and have the best life ever. Right? Right.
As I'm trying to multi-task and do several things at once, it starts...
Jace: Mom? Me: Yes? Jace: Can we stop and get a drink on the way home? Me: No, we need to get home and someone is waiting for us. Jace: (SEVERAL more questions...) Me: (Several more answers) Jace just keep track of the lizard until we get home, I need to call (insert name) back. Jace: But Mom! Me: Jace, PLEASE, just wait until we get home. Jace:.....
Later when we are home, I ask Jace what was so important.
Jace: Nothing really... Me: Where's the lizard? Jace: That's what I was trying to tell you...it was under your brake pedal. Me: ....
DISCLAIMER: No animals were injured during the making of this post.