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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Tuesday Time

I miss Angela at She use to host Tuesday Show and Tails. She is an awesome breast cancer survivor and her life became so busy that she gave up this precious Tuesday smile. I am going to try to post my favorites here on Tuesday and change my blogging posts a bit. I tend to post A L O T ! So I am going to move some of the things I share around. This photo of Leo is a favorite, For a huge pet he is quite kind and as long as he can scout out the rabbits running wild and chase them through the yard he is a happy camper. My niece Mary in California, raises "rabbit pets" and even she is not a fan of the wild ones running everywhere. I read that a female can produce as many as 29.4 babies in one breeding season! These naughty rabbits are still running wild in my neighborhood. They love to taunt Leo and we have locked them out from under our front porch. Now to remove their colony from under our backyard shed. We do this humanely so no one is harmed, But we still see them scurrying about searching for food and shelter and the city is no help at all controlling their population.

Love is.. always makes me smile.
Maxine is right on this one! One more week of snowy cold weather and I would be delirious too!


Sue McPeak said...

Tuesday is a good time of the week to post favorites, and Leo certainly looks and sounds like a favorite pet. I have made some changes on my blog as well...a little of Maxine's spring cleaning bug! Hope the first month of 2017 has been good to you.

Sandee said...

Leo looks like a mighty hunter. It is a good shot of him too. We love our babies don't we? We sure miss our Little Bit. She was the best family member ever.

I love Maxine. She has an attitude much like mine.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

Edna B said...

Leo is such a handsome fellow. As for the wild rabbits, I love them. Each Spring I look forward to seeing some tiny young ones out in the yard. Pogo doesn't get loose to chase them, but if he were loose, he would probably want to play with them.

You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

Henry said...

You are too adorable!! Haha what a great post, thanks for sharing! :) Henry

messymimi said...

It takes delerium to make me "want" to clean at my house after i've cleaned other houses all day. Yes, i have to do it, but i certainly don't "want" to!

Angela said...

Aw! Thank you for your kind words about me and my blog! I do miss being able to share more on my blog like I did in the past. I loved hosting my Tuesday's Show and Tail!

Your pup is beautiful! Dogs seem to love to chase rabbits and squirrels that's for sure. I had a dog growing up that would catch the rabbits and eat them!

I also really need to clean my house big time! We have been trying to do some remodeling of our bathroom and patching some places that needed patched to get ready to paint some more.


baili said...

i am so glad that your friend is a survivor o cancer .may she see long healthy life
happy favorite posting day dear frind!
sounds amazing to me.

Pom Pom said...

Hello! I'm so glad you follow my blog, Anne. I will put you on my blog roll so I see all of your posts!
I love all the purple!

Jeannie Marie said...

!Maxine is always so funny! I bought a desk calendar for 2017!

Jim said...

Brrrr. I feel for you, we were in Washington D.C. over the weekend and one night it was down into the twenties. And windy. We went to see our granddaughter's production of "The Phantom Tollbooth ". You or your daughters might really like the book, or may have already read it. It is an 'Alice in Wonderland' or ' Wizzard of Oz' type classic. She is a sophomore at Georgetown U. there. No snow but perhaps now.
I'm sorry about Angelea, we still miss our Adi after three years. Thank you for commenting on my Penguin post, we got real busy but I am trying to still post every Friday on alphabet letters. We do "F" this week for Teresa. Teresa is an Iowa school person, teacher I think??, and also raises goats on their little farm.
I shall return, sooner this time I hope.

Jim said...

Oh yes, we also had a rabbit problem lady year, they ate all our winter pansies, to the ground. Now our neighbor has a dog and they seem to be gone. 29.4 a year, Wow!!