"Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing. " -Helen Keller

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Dear Mr. Bunny


Dear Mr. Bunny,

I know its hard to resist temptation. And, I did plant all those lovely plants out there in what you consider Bunnyland. I am so glad you approve of the types of vegetables I planted in my garden. I think they look pretty yummy too. But, damn it, those vegetables are for ME! Get out of my garden.

Sincerely, Kristin

PS...Mr. Bunny, since you seem to be a gardening expert, can you tell me how to tell if my green beans are ready to pick? The plants are still small but I have beans on them already.

11 comments:

Velda said...

*giggle*

calliope said...

awwww... but he is so cute!

cysteract said...

Too cute! but I hope he decides to share your veggies with you.

Sheliza said...

ha ha!! I need to have that very talk with the field rabbits that come by the garden for a visit ;-)

Beautiful Mess said...

HAHAHAHA! Damn rabbit! I hope he can at least answer your question for you, sheesh!
*HUGS*

Beth Smith said...

I saw that bunny in my garden yesterday! Well...not the same bunny, but I hope he got the message!

battynurse said...

See and since he's not in my yard I think it's cute. My cousin always had much stronger words for the dear that ransacked her yard every year.

Another Dreamer said...

lol, awww Mr. Bunny is cute though!

Tanyetta said...

cute bunny but, i agree! leave the beans alone :)

A Mom in Jacksonville, FL said...

LOL

Mama Lisa Bulldog said...

We had to put a fence around our garden too. Not because of a bunny, but a Roxy. However, thanks to the rain, we have a lot of grass growing w/ the garden. We have tomatoes,squash,green beans, pumpkins, watermelons, cantolupes and carrots. Maybe we will actually get to eat some if we get the chance. Love you. Miss you. Take care and God Bless.