Member Since: June 16, 05
Don't Call Me FOO-FOO!!!
There once was a young rabbit. After a drunken night at a high school dance, she found herself in an embarrassing condition. She knew she would have to tell her parents about the impending births. Her parents kept her at home. She shame of having a pregnant teen was just too much. A few weeks later, our little teen gave birth to five precious children. Doomed to a life of Food Stamps, Welfare Checks and Government Lettuce, the teen decided to give up her children for adoption. She wasn't willing to go through the system...merely the idea of her five small children waiting with so many others to be chosen. So, the young mother abandoned her legacies at the doorstep of a kind lady, who she felt would nurture her young for the many weeks it would take them to be fully grown and ready for the real world.
An unforunate twist would come from the teens plan. This young lady had no little bunnies of her own, and was inadequately equipped for such a burden. Several of the bunnies went through a fatal identity crisis...they were not human and could not accept their fate. Soon three younglins went to a better world. A world of never-ending spinach fields. Stuart and Spike held fast. They would be survivors. They were determined and strong. Then the unthinkable happened. Stuart took a turn for the worst. Soon Stu joined his bretheren in that land of carrots and grass. So now there is Spike. Abandoned by his mother, left with a lady who has managed to kill the only family he has known. Spike will hold on. Spike will be strong. Spike will some day break free of the crazy blonde-haired demon he has been intrusted to.
Here are my first two attempts.
Hmmm....I need some serious feedback...what would you have done differently??
I'm fond of two...maybe because the white shows up so much more??
The best part - all pics I've taken!!
And The Winds Will Blow
At our home, we sat with the windows open, relaxing to the sound of a nice hard rain. No lightening or threatening winds. Suddenly the rain stopped, the wind fell silent, birds were chirping. Soon the birds fell silent, the sky turned green...and trampolines were flying through the air. We found shelter in our crawl space until the 80mph winds stopped.
There was no tornado, just straight-line winds. Here a few pics from yesterday.
and finally an upturned car. Unfortunately, the driver had no insurance.
Other than collecting our patio furniture from our neighbors and living without electricity for 14 hours, we were not affected.
Hope all our photographica gang came through the weekend safe and sound.