The bunnies are adorable, for sure, but as far as the garden and the flowers go, the are the ENEMY!! Du puts up a fence around the garden, or it's GONE as quick as stuff is planted and comes up. Usually the bunnies leave my flowers alone for the most part. I do have to put up another small fence around my little flower garden by the front porch to keep the clumsy Bulldog out of it. She doesn't eat the flowers, but she likes to lay there, and the flowers don't appreciate her much.
sorry for the SWEET DREAMS ear worm...it's one of my favorite songs...but I confess , I like the new cheese lyrics for stopping by my SWEET DREAMS blog. I used to car pool with a friend who loved to boast that she never needed more that 5 hours sleep, which was fine...until the day I caught her dozing off While she was driving us over the Bridge. After that, I was the one who could never catnap in the car. Have a great Sunday.
for stopping by my Feng Shui blog.... I don't really buy into Feng Shui, but it's interesting to pick up little pointers. 1. Less clutter is more soothing to the mind (check). 2. don't block entry points with furniture (check) 3. a little greenery, brings nature and a feeling of harmony. (check) 4. rounded edges are better (considering how many black and blues I've gotten from sharp corners, I would have to agree) 5. everyone needs a sanctuary where they can enjoy some quality time. now all I need is a book on Feng Shui for the mind Have a great weekend
cats pretty much redecorate on their own....everything is a toy up for grabs.