Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Anticipation


We are eagerly awaiting this weekend. We are getting a new bunny!!! Isn't she just the most adorable little girl:-) Her name is Shannon and she is a gorgeous French Angora. There is a functional reason for her coming to live with us, I am planning to collect her fur and spin it into yarn for knitting projects. But that doesn't mean we can't fall in love with that fuzzy wuzzy little face. Heeheehee. In fact, I think I may already be smitten.
I'll be sure to take lots of pictures of her and introduce her properly when she arrives.~Rhonda

19 comments:

cityfarmer said...

we had a bunny for years named honey bunny...she was dripping with patches that looked like honey.

you'll have so much fun

...clean the cage OFTEN!!!!

Peggy said...

She is beautiful!

Kathleen from Eggs In My Pocket and Yesteryear Embroideries said...

How precious! Her fur will be so soft to knit with! Can't wait to see your pictures on that as well! Enjoy her! blessings,Kathleen

Brenda said...

She s so pretty. I can't wait to see all the pictures.

southern queen bee said...

Oh what a cute addition to the family..can't wait to see what you make...Keep us informed.

Sinclair said...

Beautiful! I have not begun leaning to spin yet, but that is ON MY LIST! I look forward to seeing your creations. Thanks for your comments and visit- I am also looking forward to your Bee Adventures!

pogonip said...

Bunnies are the best. We've had two English spotted bunnies, a gorgeous grey Rex and a hand-me-down mini-lop over the years. They have all had fun, quirky personalities (one thought he was a dog, another was romantically attached to our dog). Enjoy your new little girl!

bj said...

Oh,, Rhonda..I just love your sweet, Country Farmer personality.
You know...back when I first started my blog, your sweet story of how much you wanted a baby and how hard it was to get him has always stuck with me.
And now...just look at you..A FRENCH RABBIT....hahaha....GO GIRL.
and I want a screened in porch in the worst way! The only problem...out here in West Texas we have so much blowing dust that the folks that DO have a screened porch are unable to have them. Ok, I'll take a GLASSED in porch!!
have a wonderful day!!
love, bj

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

She is absolutley adorable! How fun that you are going to take her fur and create something wonderful with it! I can't wait to see the process.
Hugs,
Penny

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Hippity hoppity!! She is beautiful.

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

I just loved the bunny I can see how you could fall in love with her.Beautiful pictures,beautiful blog.
Sue

ChristyACB said...

She is a knock-out! Looks like she is..well..well fed. L:)

GardenGirl TV actually had a few segments on this. Did you see them? She sheared her angora in one. The whole time I was all tense thinking, "Don't snip the bunny!" because she was so quick and sure about it.

Then she spun the stuff in another, and in another made baby hat and mitties.

You should get some lovely fur from her.

Meggie said...

Hey Rhonda! What a sweet bunny. She will have a wonderful home. Looking forward to hearing more about her.

Liane said...

She is adorable! I am curious to know, though, do you shave her to get her fur? I'd love to know more about that!!
Have a great day!

Pony Girl said...

She's cute! How'd she get her name? I had bunnies (angoras and lops) when I was a kid. I also had a Himalayan-mix cat, that looked a lot like Shannon! ;)

Crystal Jigsaw said...

She is gorgeous! I love bunnies, always have. And I also love your blog - found you via Country Girl.

CJ xx

ga.farmwoman said...

Are you sure that isn't Lionel?? lol...As much hair as Lionel(my Himalayan cat) is shedding lately I could knit up a storm.
She is so pretty. Now all you need is a he to go with her.
Have a great day.
Pam

Michelle (Shell) May said...

She's so beautiful! Congratulations!
bunny hugs,
shell

Dena ~ swaddlecottage said...

Oh she looks so soft and snuggly! I can't wait to see the pictures :)

Hugs,
Dena