Tuesday, March 6, 2012

More Primitive Bunny Rabbits!

Whew!! Finally finished a batch of bunnies yesterday! What should I work on next?? These sweet dolls are now listed in my Etsy Shop. The second one from the left has been sold. I may make a few more if there is a great demand for them.


Maybe I'll go out and find some interesting photos to take. Like something growing!! Will be in the 60's today!! Tomorrow will be the same. Seems crazy, yesterday morning when I got up it was 14º. Come on Spring! I'm still looking for the first robin. My sister and I always have a contest to see who spots one first! 

And in other news. I've gotten totally addicted to Independence USA goat cam. If you know me, then you know I just LOVE goats!! It's located in Pennsylvania. It's of 2 goats, a mother (Pepper) and daughter(Elle). Pepper the black and white goat, gave birth to 3 kids on Friday night and I was able to watch the whole thing! If was truly amazing! The babies are so darn cute!!! They are so funny hopping and skipping around. We are now waiting for Elle the white goat to have her kids anytime now! The owner Frank believes that today or tonight might be the time.  


Link to the webcam on Ustream---> http://ustre.am/HKZb

So everyone have a wonderful Tuesday and hope it's warming up in your neck of the woods!!

7 comments:

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

Love your bunnies! The goat cam sounds fun! I'll check it out!
Enjoy your day.

Jennifer Helms said...

LOVE THE BUNNIES!!! (yes I am yelling)

Susan Hemann said...

I love your bunnies! I saw my first Robin yesterday!! I was so thrilled. It was freezing cold yesterday and tomorrow it's supposed to be 57. Go figure

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Love all your bunnies in a row ~ so adorable!!!
I love watching the eagles on ustream. Hope you get to see the other goat have her babies.
Now you can tell your sister a Robin stopped by your blog ~ you win!!!
Prim Blessings
Robin

rockriverstitches said...

Robin, Thanks! I will tell my sis I saw a Robin today! hehe

Tammy

frontporchprims said...

Isn't it funny how somthing as simple as a growing flower, or garden, or tree can be so beautiful and interesting. I am interested in anything growing at this point. Spring has not sprung here. I would be happy to just see some buds on the tree. Soooo, take some interesting pictures and post them:) -Steph-

Ulla's Quilt World said...

Your quilts/crafts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world!
www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
Hugs, Ulla (from Finland)