Listen......can you hear them? We got birds and running water and bugs and crickets and bees and flies and animals here. WooHoo! A friend of mine suggested adding some birds here to make it seem more real. She was joking of course. I on the hand got to thinking about it. I knew someone who could possibly make that happen. As you can hear, it did happen. I knew he could do it. He can do anything with a blog. Thank you!
I have been told by this "anonymous" friend of mine that I can change the music whenever I please and listen to what I want, or what we want. Maybe add some rain or thunderstorms? Yeah! I was told I could play 2 songs at once and mix the birds and other animals with the rain. How cool is that? Pretty awesome if you ask me. This is all turning out better than I had planned. I'm going to go listen to this music I can mix together and see what it sounds like. It does sound very interesting.
Thanks for reading and happy trials to everyone. I will be back later with more jibberish. :)
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
I have been asked many times what my favorite bunny is. I had to think for a minute as I like them all. The Albino bunny, the white one pictured, is the most common bunny of the south. The color alone is popular among most that live in hot weather. What many dont know is that all bunnies dont adapt well to hot weather no matter what color they are. Bunnies should never be kept in direct sunlight as they sweat alot. There sweat glands are not like ours and they can suffer badly if left in the heat, as there fur keeps them from cooling off like we do. You wont see the signs they are ill either as they hide them well.
The one pictured is not one of mine. I do have 35 albinoes though (we have over 300 bunnies, fyi. I'm not kidding either). I let them out from time to time in the backyard to let them explore and get some fresh air mostly. Never leave them unattended. They are not as shy as you might think. They like to explore. Other animals, cats mostly, love them too. Never let them out of your site. They count on you to protect and feed them. Dont let them down. The love they share toward you is your reward and thank you for caring, protecting, and loving them.
It's time to do my morning ritual of getting ready for school. I will be back after classes.
Thanks for reading and happy trails. :)