Bunnies. In the garden. Every year.
They don't eat anything. They just nest and have more bunnies.
It's been cold here, but I ventured out into the garden to see if the bunny raising has begun for the year.
I was not disappointed as I discovered some wee little ones under the straw in the middle bed.
I did not take any pictures as they were very young and I did not want to disturb them.
The above photo is from last year of a bunny I called Peter Cottontail.
He had no fear and followed me around while I did my work.
Isn't he adorable?
I think there's plenty of space in the garden for all of us!
Hey, country gal
friends…a fabulous Friday to y’all!
We had fun with all
your Country Whites last weekend!
You embraced your
country whites and shared them with us!
You inspired us. You
took us home. You filled us with country charm.
I, along with The Country Farm Home, truly wish to thank you from the bottom of our hearts
for joining us. We are so honored and feel privileged to call you our country
We are changing the
features up just a wee country bit. Instead of announcing the top 3 viewed with
my pick and a pick from The Farmer’s Daughter, we are announcing the top 5
viewed from the Country Whites Weekend. That way it is so much easier as we
were both agonizing over our picks cause everyone actually deserves to be
We also want to
stress that you MUST have a link (that works) within you post that directs to
Once Tammy started painting...she couldn't stop!
She started in the kitchen and continued to lighten up some more of her home.
And that bead board as a back splash is wallpaper that she painted and added wood trim.
Please country check
it out! She'd be happy to see ya drop by.
Cindy had to go shopping. She had no Spring decor for her new farmhouse look.
She found these adorable rabbits which she painted white and she set out her special Easter eggs.
Now she's set for the season!
Please country check it
out! She’d be glad to have you over.