April 29, 2004

Question Time

(Stolen from around the web)

Three Questions

1. Ask me three questions (use the comments below, or send an email). These questions can be about anything at all. No subject is taboo.
2. In a future post (or posts if it takes more than one) I will answer your questions and be as honest as I can possibly be.
3. After you ask me your questions cut and paste this text on your own weblog allowing others to ask you questions, which you will answer honestly in future posts (etc.)

Posted by Roxette at 09:43 AM | Comments (1)

April 28, 2004

Chew on This

A young woman was complaining to her father about how difficult her life had become. He said nothing, but took her to the kitchen and set three pans of water to boiling. To the first pan, he added carrots; to the second, eggs; and to the third, ground coffee. After all three had cooked, he put their contents into separate bowls and asked his daughter to cut into the eggs and carrots and smell the coffee. “What does this all mean?” she asked impatiently.

“Each food,” he said, “teaching us something about facing adversity, as represented by the boiling water.” The carrot went in hard but came out soft and weak. The eggs went in fragile but came out hardened. The coffee, however, changed the water to something better.

“Which will you be like as you face life?” he asked. Will you give up, become hard – or transform adversity into triumph? As the “chef” of your own life, what will YOU being to the table?


Posted by Roxette at 11:28 AM | Comments (0)

April 27, 2004

What? WHAT?

I'm looking around. There's something missing.


Someone has removed all the carrots from the house.

Looks like I'm going to have to go rabbit on someone!

PoloRandy was talking to Silver Blue this morning about Jack Rabbit, who is a business bunny who owns local self-storage units.

Jack Rabbit is a brown rabbit, which those of you who have listened closely means that he's common.

How can a brown rabbit who is a mogul be common?

Simple. Because behind every successful brown rabbit, there's an exhausted blue bunny.

I'm going to sleep.

Hop at you soon,

Posted by Roxette at 03:14 PM | Comments (0)

Finally, some peace!

No, not in the middle east, but at the Shenandoah Forester.

I got to take a wonderful trip up north to see Revog and Unix Man, while Brahn and I pal'd around in the car.

We picked up one of Brahn's friends, Barry (last name of Spacey) that I'll have to get a photo of. The NASA Orange space suit really looks good.

Back at the Shenandoah Forester, they finally were able to get the siding reattached that blew off during the hurricane last september.

They also were able to repair the back soffit where the critters were getting into the house (you remember, the ones who were trying to dig through the ceiling...bastricks!)

Other than that, we're going to find a location for Tink's stereo (one of her birthday presents) to go. Not quite sure where it should be, but the middle of the living room floor isn't a good idea.

Now, if I can get Silver Blue to remove his BOWLING BALL from the dining room table, maybe the place can look presentable again.

That would be very nice.

How's life hopping for everyone?


Posted by Roxette at 02:51 PM | Comments (0)

April 21, 2004

No, I haven't forgotten you all

I've been on holiday, and when I finally arrived back at the Shenandoah Forester on Saturday, the new roof had been installed, but there was so much that needed to get done. I've hardly had time to stop hopping and breathe!

So, TINK Never fear. I'm not abandoning you. It's just that there's a lot that has had to be put back in place.

Yes, a bunny's work is never done. More soon, I promise!


Posted by Roxette at 02:33 PM | Comments (0)

April 15, 2004

Things That Scared Me

I'll admit, hopping through West Virginia scared me.

My neck is BLUE, not Red.

I did manage to snap some photos, however.









Now do you understand why I like Northerners?

Posted by Roxette at 11:49 AM | Comments (1)

What's New With The Blue

Well, after vacating the Shenandoah Forester for some much needed R&R (hey, helping deliver all those Easter goodies is exhausting. You humans really need to think on cutting back on your reproduction. Yeah, I know it feels good, but the offspring chase us, and try to pull our tails, etc.)

I had a run-in with a very rude dog, Bill BullDog who barked incessantly at me, and, if I had had room to carry my rolled-up newspapaer with me, I would have whapped him on his nose.

To think. Barking at Meeeeeeeeeeeeee! I don't think it was funny.

So, what have I been doing with my downtime since Easter?

Well, I got to take an awesome ride in a gigantic vehicle that is called a Hummer 2. It has a gas capacity the size of SilverBlue's ego, and gets 3 gas stations per tank. PoloRandy is house sitting, and it's his boss' vehicle. It gets a real economical 8 miles per gallon. (And it costs 55$ to fill up!)

Since PoloRandy is hosue sitting, I decided it would be a good thing to see how other people live outside my own little world.

There are three dogs where PoloRandy is: Ivory, Jewels, and Jake. Jewels and Jake are Yorkies, and Ivory is a large ivory colored dog.

All of them try to catch me. I dare not think of what they would do if they were successful.

Being that I've basically been living in the PoloPony for the past week, I was out when the storm blew through last night. I went and whapped on the door to let PoloRandy and SilverBlue know that a basketball backboard and stand had fallen and landed on Kosheen. Bhron was frantic until I told him no damage was done to the vehicle other than a few smudges that should come out with rubbing compound.

SilverBlue has told me that back at home the family is beginning to miss me, but that we'll be getting the new roof tomorrow. Good thing I'm not going to be there -- my ears are sensitive and no doubt I'd be in pain and grumpy.

This time away has done me some good. :-)

Hop at you later....

Posted by Roxette at 11:37 AM | Comments (0)

April 08, 2004

A laugh a minute

Thanks to Tink for passing these laughs on...

Ah, the rites of Spring. Taking down the Christmas lights, planting flavorful
flowers, ritualistically gnawing off the ears and tails of billions of chocolate bunnies.

The Top 10 Lines From Chocolate Bunny Movies

10> "Harry, the clock on that nine-foot bunny is ticking."

9> "The first rule of Bunny Club is -- you do not talk about Bunny Club. The second rule of Bunny Club is -- you DO NOT talk about Bunny Club."
(Bunny Club)

8> "I want the bunny!" "You can't handle the bunny!"
(A Few Good Bunnies)

7> "That's not a bunny. Now THAT'S a bunny."
(Crocodile Bundee)

(Planet of the Bunnies)

5> "DUDE! First you're like 'bunny'! Then you're like 'bunnyyyyyy', THEN you're like 'BUNNYYYYYYYYY'!"
(Finding Bunneo)

4> "Son, your ego is writing checks your bunny can't cash."
(Top Bun)

3> "Sometimes, I see dead bunnies...."
(Bunny Sense)

2> "He's got a little Mississippi leg bunny in him. Best to just let him finish."
(National Lampoon's Easter Vacation)

and the Number 1 Line From a Chocolate Bunny Movie...

1> "Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing bunnies."

[ Copyright 2004 by Chris White ]
[ http://www.topfive.com ]

Posted by Roxette at 01:40 PM | Comments (1)

April 06, 2004

April 05, 2004

Evil Glenn

The Alliance wants to know what his plans are for Easter.

Be afraid. Run Screaming. He's wearing his Easter Best.

Posted by Roxette at 09:51 PM | Comments (1)

Plethora of Bunny-Luv™

SilverBlue seems to be on a rant today. It's a good read, however.

Tink took a lazy day.

Revog tried to be funny, I think it worked! :-)

Susie seems to be in the day-care business. (Funny, I thought she was in movies or something)

Ozguru, fellow Munuvian, has a good roundup.

Off to devour more of the yummy carrot cake that PoloRandy made and left for Lee, Rabbi T, and me.

Hop at you later,

Posted by Roxette at 01:54 PM | Comments (0)

April 01, 2004

What that...

I don't know if any of you can help me...i'm looking for a smurfbunny....basically a cute blue bunny for a tag...perferably female...ty

This was left as a comment.

If I were a witch, I could curse the individual who posted this, but I'm not into casual hex.

If I were Kenny G, I could serenade them into submission, but I'm not into casual sax.

If I were Haynes, I could dress them appropriately, but I'm not into casual socks.

If this were a bodybuilding camp, I could pummel them, but I'm not into casual flex.

So why do you think I'd make a "smurfbunny"... I'm definately NOT into casual sex.

Posted by Roxette at 09:55 AM | Comments (1)