Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Bunnies, whipped cream, and a thought

Do you see her????
She--and I say she, because *she* was pulling grass with great force from the lawn and bringing it here. This is right by our front door and garage entrance; does she think she'll be unnoticed?

But, bunnies are bunnies, and probably are not reasonable or logical. (The echinacea is budding and beginning to flower, by the way. Also, notice the lavender to the right,)
There they are, both pappa and momma bunny in the *sort-of-shade* under the Virginia Creeper on the post.
Pappa bunny just watching momma bunny do all the work.

These national-geographic-moment pictures were taken by DH when we came home from church on Sunday. Good thing we had the camera with us.
Update on the bunny nest building: Sunday and Monday night it rained 'cats and dogs' so the nest is all gone. They might have to start all over again, or go back to nest building under the garden shed.
Grand Masterpiece!
(Only sharing this picture since it is a collaboration between me--the Masterpiece pen drawing--and 2c--the Grand. It looks like the storms we've had lately...raninbow and all!

First what I made for dinner. The veggie omelette and sausage patty, on my Dickens' dishes (always makes yellow food look awesome)

Next, Dessert:
Thanks to Daisy's idea of a chocolate pie, I came up with this, using what I had.
Russian meringue, these are 2" in diameter, very crunchy-melt-in-your-mouth things.
Which were served with whipped cream and cooked chocolate pudding.

The whipped cream 'has to be' whipped way pass the "peak" stage to hold up to these nuggets.

I thought you would like it too. It is ok with me if you copy my ingredients. It's possible you would not have thought of putting them together.
Another subject:
I've been toying with the idea of doing one of those invitational *once-a-week* posts. The idea is quite complete and will let you know tomorrow--Lord willing.
Oh, and by the way, I do love to read your comments (although I may not comment in print, DH really appreciates all of them.)
I'll leave you with this:

"When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn." Pro 29:2
In His hands, ^__ ^


Jules said...

Oh what a cute bunny! Though perhaps you didn't think so when she was in your garden.

The food looks yummy. You can cook for me anytime.

And yes, you're very welcome to link my blog here. Thanks for the permission to put a link to yours on mine.

Daisy said...

Oh those bunnies are sooooo cute!!!! I wonder if you'll see babies this year.

I agree with Jules, all the food looks delicous!

Pop on the board one of these days when you can, I miss you very much!