March 27, 2004

Who Rules? I Rule!

PoloRandy and SilverBlue are headed north today to see someone in concert.

As a blue bunny, they don't allow pets in (I'm not a pet, dammit!) So I'm going to stay home.

Be on the look out for this, however!


Truer words have never been written.

Hop at you later!

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March 26, 2004

Promised Photos

(Don't worry Pixy, these are stored on another server, so don't butcher the blue bunny!)


(That's Rabbi T, Myself, and Lee [Probab Lee Bunny])




Cat-Man Deux


k.t. curb


Short-Top, Steed, and Girafitti




The Mink Byches & the Cat


The Boys (The PoloBears)


Amsterdam and Forester Bear


The Bathing Beauties


Lickety and Lord Bear


The Chest Gang


PoloBlue Jr., Harlequin Bear, Kissy Bears, BrownBear, and The Polar Region Bear.

and finally:


Space Kitty, Sandi's Bears, Annette Bear, and Silver Blue Jr.

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Glenn's "Vacation"

Was a working holiday:


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March 24, 2004

Keep Keep It Together

A cousin of mine, whom we call "Lee" (his full name is Probab Lee Bunny), hopped up to the house last night.

We invited him in...he's more of a deeper blue, but has the family trademark: the turned down ear. Not sure how long he's going to stay (we've invited him to move in, but he doesn't want to be in the way).

I guess it's about time I get new photos taken so that you can keep up with everyone. What say you?

Hop at you later,

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March 23, 2004

Awash in Graff

Seems that besides Short-Top, there's another baby graff here now, called "Giraffiti". He's cute, and trainable, I'm afraid the place may start seeming like a zoo soon. Enough with the new ones to train, OK silver blue and polorandy? ARGH!

Other than that, Mother Nature is getting the last of her YA-YAs out by making it painfully cold at night and somewhat tolerable during the day.

How is life treating all of you, my find friends?

No change on the charity front, so... remember your animal friends. Just because the weather changes doesn't mean they need any less love and attention.

I've been hopping around the Shenandoah Forester and the place still looks good. I understand that PoloRandy and SilverBlue will be trekking north to do their annual concert this Saturday, but they haven't set a time to leave, etc. etc.

Fortunately, they didn't cook all the carrots with the cabbage and potatoes, so I've got something to snack on, while the graffs like the cabbage.

Hey guys!!!! We're almost out of honey waffles, so unless you want me unleashing the boys on you when they're hungry, then use the Waffle Iron SilverBlue bought and start cookin. I'm not going to take care of a bunch of unruly ursines.

Hop at you later...

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March 19, 2004

Glenn's March 17

Was interesting. He was lookin for this ho-booby to bash. (Well, hey, wouldn't you?)


(No hobos were bashed in the making of this post)

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March 18, 2004


Yellow Crayon
You are a Yellow Crayon. You are the sunshine of
the crayon box. You stand out more than any
other crayon. You like to stay in the spot
light. You are a warm crayon. You represent
hope, happiness, and joy. The bad thing is that
you also represent deceit and cowardice. Suck
it up.

What Color Crayon Are You
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March 16, 2004

Is Spring Finally Here?

Well, the moisture falling from the sky is not of the solid kind; it's the kind of light mist that allows the deepest roots of the largest plants to have their drink.

I'm still amazed at the changes that have taken place in the Shenandoah Forester... and still they come. Right now, Silver Blue is doing a consignment for a friend that involves a large amount of records. Other than that, the place is still spotless. :-)

Cher Bear, Short-Top RP, Steed and I are planning on taking a trip through the place today and offering suggestions to PoloRandy, Tink and Silver Blue as to ways to not only improve the looks of the place, but to make it more accessible to us "smaller" folks.

I noticed that SB left carrots out for me, and honey waffles out for the boys to enjoy. He even remembered some celery and lettuce for Steed and Short-Top. Guess he was really on top of things this morning!

As Spring approaches (as it is), be sure to take your animal friends to the Vet and have their spring shots and checkups performed. The best way to prevent problems due to heartworms, ticks, and fleas is to tackle the problem before it happens.

Hop at you later,

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March 13, 2004

Greetings from the Weekend

Well....the house is still clean. I don't konw what's gotten into Silver Blue, but somehow he's managed it.

He's upstairs working in his got that even I wouldn't go in there for fear that something would collapse and that would be the last anyone would see or hear of me. :-)

We've got a new addition to the family: "Short-Top". He's a baby graff, and with the exception of biting one of the cards when we were playing war (well, it did fall off the sofa and he was trying to catch it), we all have been getting along great. Steed says it's great to have a little one around.

Tink hasn't been around the abode much recently. Of course, if she doesn't slow down, this cold she hasn't been able to get over is only going to get worse, but who am I to tell her that? She normally looks at me and says, in a low growl, "STEW." She's soon going to wonder why she can't breathe. I've teamed up with Lagoon, her teal bear, to shed animal dander in her room, thereby activating her alergies. I am NOT a bunny to be messed with.

PoloRandy and Tink went (separately) to the CAA championship basketball game today. Fortunately, their team took it, but from what Silver Blue's dad said when he called, it was a neck-and-neck (no pun, Steed) game that was, at times, difficult to watch.

It's been a while since I've hopped around the blogsphere...I notice that no one has planted any carrots yet, so I'm wondering what kind of crop we're going to get. :-(

Also, the Easter Bunny (well, Bunnies) have decided to lay off the boiled, colored eggs this year and deliver chocolate to everyone. It seems that all those boiled products are causing gastric distress, and, well, you could say that people are raising a big stink. (Ok, you can groan now.)

They haven't started putting the roof on the Shenandoah Forester yet. I've been told that it's going to be a big noise when they do, so I'm trying to talk one of the three (Tink, PoloRandy, or Silver Blue) to have pity on me and take me into work the day they're going to be here. I don't need anything to mess up my hearing. These ears are sensitive!

Hop at you later....

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March 09, 2004

Life, as I see it

Everyone around here has done quite a job on the house, finally getting it decorated and such. It really is relaxing to sit here on the sofa and play cards with Cher Bear, or have a picnic with the "Polo"Bears.

A couple of people have commented over on Silver Blue's blog if I mind the dusting and the number of bears, but I don't. We consider each other family, and help each other out with the chores, and of course our playtime.

Poor Tink, I think, finally has come down with the congestion and such that PoloRandy and Silver Blue both had. I knew it was only a matter of time before she fell under its evil power. But, by the will of the Magic Bunny (and some good strong broth made from veggies and such) she will prevail.

I heard on the television this morning that they're calling for more snow. How much, we really don't know, but even though though of a small amount of snow has ben wanting my quilt back. I'm not as young as I used to be and my arthritis acts up from time to time.

Well, back to the game... we're playing War, and Cher Bear is winning!

Hop at you later...

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March 01, 2004

Nurse Bunny to the Rescue

Good thing the training of the Easter Bunnies are over. Poor PoloRandy has developed Bronchitis, Bronchial spasms and an upper respitory infection (I didn't know you could have (1) and (3) at the same time).

So, after talking to SilverBlue, Nurse Bunny™ is back in action. I planted the suggestion for chicken this evening, as it's beneficial to those who are ill.

SB broiled it whilst Tink made mashed. PoloRandy actually was able to eat some of both, and let's hope the coughing doesn't cause him to egress the dinner.

I guess it's the time of year when everyone tends to get a little under the weather. SB was last week, as was Tink, but neither of them were as sick as poor PR is right now. SilverBlue's mom said that because PR has gone through chemotherapy, he's more susceptible to illness. Makes sense to this bunny, even if I don't know if it's true or not.

Over at Silver Blue's, he's going strange, with talking of eartags, etc. Keep your marking guns WELL away from my ears, darn it!

Much love to everyone out there in blogland.

Hope at you later,

Posted by Roxette at 10:09 PM | Comments (0)

Alliance Assignment

Thanks to Ted for alerting me to the new login page. I've been a bad bunny and not kept up with the goings-on of Munuviana.

Anyway, here's Glenn's new logo:


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