Friday, February 18, 2011

Somebunny loves you

Penny is at it again. Meet Sebastain. He is an adorable Lilac French Angora. Just a few months old. And too precious! I would love to have an English Angora, like her Sunny bunny, but am afraid I wouldn't be able to take care of it. Some days I cannot take of Toby, Timmy and me. Let alone another dependent. But they are just so doggone stinkin' cute! So yes, I have bunny envy. We are doing two fiber shows in April. And oh my! There will be so many bunnies who will be calling my name.... Mark would be giddy. He had rabbits as a kid, raised them for 4-H. He is pushing for one. Will I give in to peer pressure at 48? Yikes!
Speaking of precious. I am getting in to making the teddy bear hats. Someone asked about the patterns for my hats. They are all my own design.

Loving the warmer temps still. Especially the part of not hearing my furnace run!! Our gas bills have not been good. Not good at all. I know we are not alone. Everyone else is saying the same thing. I walked around outside today looking for green shoots of spring flowers. Nothing yet. But soon, soon. :o) God is good like that. Be blessed everyone.


Seid said...

I hear you on the gas bills! And electricity, too. "Disposable income" is going the way of the typewriter.

PEGGY said...

Do not bend to that peer strong like me LOL (yeah ok)

Penny said...

You are selling yourself short again.

Lindah said...

The bunny looks so incredibly soft.

Isn't it good to have these little "sunshine breaks" outside. It seems like just a few minutes of sunshine lift one's spirits.

We were made for the Light, right?
Linda H

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Well, now, there's good peer pressure and there's bad peer pressure. Fiber enabling is the good kinda peer pressure, doncha know?
You should sell your teddy bear hat pattern on your etsy shop.
Give me a day or two, just saw your BSC button and want to "steal" it.

Laura-IH said...

Oh, give in Ange! I would love a bunny! I could live vicariously through you!

I can't believe you've already been outside looking for green shoots. I just shovelled two inches of snow off of my front steps. We're going to be snowbound up here for at least another 6-8 weeks!