While we recuperate from the holidays (because no matter how stress-free one tries to make it, there's still the recuperation period!) we're enjoying beautiful sunshine...hard to believe it is December!
Thankfully, Paco is one hundred percent better and back to his usual somewhat snarky donkey self - don't miss the Paco (and Luigi) videos at the bottom of this post! Looking forward to a new year after a challenging 2013!
Wasabi engrossed in the House Rabbit Society's new book! The House Rabbit Society is a great organization: http://rabbit.org/
Quality time with the foreman.
Busy and loud woodpecker!
Silly Luigi hiding.
For the first time, Wasabi made the long leap up to our high bed. It makes me a bit nervous, but she was fine. She used to hop up on our bed when we were upstairs all the time - but it was much lower.
She's also been hopping up on the couch!
Paco and Toby say hello.
Enjoying the warmth!
The foreman does windows!
Just more relaxing...
Wasabi loves to investigate Bravo's tail!
OMG! A bedtime binky! Wasabi loves to run around before the foreman picks her up.
Settled in, ready for bed. And for chewing on toys at 3:00 a.m.!
So many places for a bunny to go...can't even begin to imagine Wasabi living her life in a cage (or ANY rabbit - but, sadly, most do).
The weekly pose!
Paco back to his old tricks.
SO much fun with an empty pan!
An unusual sighting of crossed jets.
Ready to start a new year...Christmas decorations all stored away!
The Lazy Vegan Critter Cam Videos of the Week!
Featuring a Deer & Fox Encounter and Several Donkey Videos (Paco is completely better!)
This is a special holiday edition of the blog...photos from a wonderful Christmas Eve dinner at Grandma Snap's house and from a fun (and warm!) Christmas Day lunch at the Lazy Vegan...too many photos to post comments, so I'll let them speak for themselves. HAPPY HOLIDAYS and here's to a fantastic HAPPY NEW YEAR to all!
O.K., one caption: prickly pear rum punch! In the famous "heirloom" punch bowl that Snap gave to me for my birthday a couple of years ago...she traded her first weaving for this vintage (so 1960's!) ceramic bowl!
...from Christmas Eve at Snap's house...
( the traditional flashlight game thanks to Grandma Snap...)