Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Meet Shannon

Hi, I'm Shannon. I'm the newest "lovable little critter," that's what Mom calls me, here at the Farmhouse. Mom says that I can take over her blog post today so that I may introduce myself and show everyone how I am getting settled in.

Every morning Mom puts me out in my run to get some exercise. She doesn't even fuss when I get bits of debris in my fur. She just tells me to go on and enjoy myself and we will brush it out later.

The locals are very friendly. Miss Honey comes over everyday and fills me in on all the barnyard gossip. Did you know that Ollie and Pretty Girl are an item. Uh-hum, Miss Honey says that they were spotted over in the bamboo.... just the two of them! Can you believe that?


Well after that hot scoop, I need to lie down next to these nice cool blocks and take a little rest.


At the end of the day my Mom gives me a good cleaning up. She picks out anything that has gotten stuck in my fur...


and she gives me a good brushing.Tigger watches from a considerable distance. I think I heard him mumble, "Better you than me sister." I have no idea what he means by that. I love to be groomed, I often fall asleep during this time. That silly Tigger just doesn't know what he is missing.


Well that's about all there is to tell today. Mom says it is time for dinner. I hope she is serving Timothy hay again and not those nasty bananas. She says I can write again another day.


Until then~ Shannon

18 comments:

Anne Marie said...

I can totally relate to you...and actually, you are the only other person "I have met" that makes stories about her livestock like that...they say so much!!
Actions speak louder than words :)
I used to have 2 bunnies and they were my favorite pets (besides my horses now)...have a grea day!

Kathie Truitt said...

Shannon, Welcome to 'blogging' and I hope your Mother let's you be a guest writer from time to time. You are cute!

I bet that little boy that lives in the house loves you to pieces.

ChristyACB said...

That is an adorable bunny and hope we get to see much more of her!

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

Oh, Shannon, what a sweet post you wrote! You are the sweetest bunny EVER. I love your fluffy fur and your dark and lovely face and beautiful eyes! May you live a long and happy life at the farmhouse! Ü*
Your friend,
Joni

Linda said...

Shannon, it was fun meeting you...and I must say you are beautiful. Enjoy your new home....I think you will be most happy there...hugs, Linda

Peggy said...

Hi Shannon! You can come over and play with us anytime. There are alot of us here but we have fun and get lots of treats. Sparky, Smokie, and all the other bunnies at Hidden Haven

Caroline said...

Shannon is the cutest thing ever!
I love your blog.

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

Shannon, you are just beautiful! I am glad to hear that you get along with the neighborhood.

Cute post! I love all of your animals!
Hugs,
Penny
p.s. Yes I do put the butterfly with my ititials on all of my pieces....

Sinclair said...

We are so happy you have arrived! Happy spring, and have fun playing in the yard.

Vee said...

Hahahaha...so cute. I enjoyed Shannon's post immensely. She really is a lovely gal!

Michelle said...

Oh what a big fluffy furball of LOVE! She is so adorable Ronda! You must have so much fun with all your furry critters. I would be in Heaven!

By the way, love the music. :)

Liane said...

Thanks for introducing yourself, Shannon. I hope you stay away from those gossipers on the farm! And Tigger looks like he'll be a great pal soon. What a nice mom you have to brush your hair and keep you nice and clean.
Welcome!!

Meggie said...

Oh Rhonda! What a cute post! Love the gossip about the chickens and the reference to the cat not knowing what its missing by being brushed. Shannon is such a sweet addition to your furry family. Thanks for you comment about acclimating my cats and new dog. Right now I'm trying to be patient and keep everyone safe. I think you are right about letting them smell each other.

Brenda said...

You are beautiful and you have a great mommy. I wished she did live close to me so we could shop together and she could help me with my bunny.

cityfarmer said...

these are all the reasons that I love you

Lana said...

Welcome Shannon! Please tell your Mom that I have enjoyed my visit to her blog this morning!

Cottage Contessa said...

Hi Rhonda! Your little Shannon is quite the cutie! I have an Aunt named Shannon....and although they look nothing a like, she's a cutie too! lol Wishing you a lovely weekend!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

Michelle (Shell) May said...

Hi Shannon! What a beauty you are and so lucky to have such a wonderful mama and family life on the farm!
bunny hugs,
shell