Do you love bunnies? Spring makes me think of them more than ever.
Year-round we see them hopping through the yard when we come home after dark. One year, I came upon a baby bunny in a flower bed I was weeding. Indescribably adorable!
No, I didn’t stuff the bunny to save for Easter decor. I’m sure by now it’s fully grown and hopping through my yard at night. This one just reminds me of Baby Bunny. 😉
You’ve met Mrs. Bugs in my Easter table-scape post, where she has her Bunny Feet On The Table. Mrs. Bugs came from a Gardner Village shop in Salt Lake City, Utah, a long-time favorite of PAM and I. We visited again recently and discovered that particular shop had closed. Major disappointment.
But, in The Gardner Village that I’ve spoken of briefly in prior posts, there is a quilt shop, loaded full with sweetness that I can hardly wait to share. And, I plan to share, really I do. It’s just that there’s so much to blog about…and so little time. We’ll get to it, but first we have bunnies to discuss. ‘Cause it’s Easter, y’all.
Many bunnies are on the Easter table, and the napkins became bunny ears.
Bunnies are the one animal I have in every room of the house, but not the real ones, of course.
This picture came out of the archives from the Charming Bookmarks post at Christmas. Bookworm Bunny still sits in the same spot in my home, ’cause I can’t bring myself to move him. I love his smart-ness, glasses and all!
Floppy, made by HH’s now-97-year-old grandmother, is in the kitchen for the Easter festivities, enjoying the vintage high-chair that was PAM’s (Painter Artist Mom’s) when she was a little girl. Santa Claus delivered it when she was five. That would make it about…60 something years old, at least. (Pardon me, PAM, I said 60 something, so please don’t get upset. I tried to be gracious…wink.)
I’ve heard that bunnies multiply quickly. Have you heard that?
Do you have bunnies, and do they multiply?
Bunnies, bunnies, everywhere…bunnies! A painting of bunnies found at a “junk” shop.
Not junk to me!
And a bunny pillow found at a garage sale. I’m not too good to sit on something others discarded, are you?
Oh, I said inside the house. Sorry, but they’re outside, too, of course.
In the yard, a suburban-house-identifyer given by a friend who had trouble locating our house on a street lined with houses. Lazy Bunny solved that problem. 🙂
On our back porch, another bunny gift from the same treasured friend.
And a front porch bunny (discovered while garden shopping with a lifelong friend) waiting for Spring flowers to welcome guests.
See? They do multiply!
These bunnies remind me of multiples of stories connected with special people in my life. Aren’t memories the best? Everyday reminders of good times shared with others.
Bunnies, faithful friends and family, and sweet memories of it all. What a blessing!
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