Friday, September 1, 2006

no glory

I went outside this afternoon to take some pictures of the lovely purple Morning Glory that had bloomed and was winding its way across our arborvites.


Much to my disappointment that good-for-nothin' rabbit that likes to hide in the trees had eaten right through all the stems and mercilessly killed my morning glory.


As well as chomped on my ballon flower.


You better watch out bunny or I'll make a stew out of you.

13 comments:

tmat1970 said...

Flippin' rabits, I have a hunting crossbow that i never managed to actually shoot at anything living yet, I could try and hunt that wascally wabbit down for you!

Mel said...

shhhhh I'm hunting bunny wabbit...be vewry vewry quiet.

Fantastagirl said...

those pesky wabbits....naughty little things aren't they?

Blogarita said...

Mmm...hasenpfeffer!

Josh said...

Holly I have a confession to make, it wasn't the rabbit that chewed through your morning glory—it was me. Sorry, I just the woody flavor of plants. Please forgive me.

Anonymous said...

Kill the rabbit, kill the rabbit!!
(as sung by E. Fudd)

Crashtest Comic said...

My wife and I own a rabbit. We named him "Dennis Hopper."

DutchBitch said...

You should ask Nobody, he caught a mole the other day, or Fab, he catches lemurs regularly... I am sure they are able to hunt down the bugger for ya!

tmat1970 said...

if I don't use my crossbow, I can use my spear and magic helmet!

Big Pissy said...

My morning glory vine still looks good....although it doesn get a little "wilty" looking in the heat of the day here in Hell...

Kelwhy said...

There you go, pull a "Glenn Close" on that rabbit....

that'll show all of the other rabbits...

The Boy said...

Thumpers and Bambis, the bane of any gardener. Time to get digging and put six foot high and two foot deep fences around your estates.

fuzzymuffin said...

#Need a little time to WAKE up, wake up!#

Time for some Oasis methinks