Wednesday, May 31, 2017

WW: Bunny {Linky}

It's amazing what can happen in a 20 minute time frame!

What are they looking at?


A scared little bunny!


Our friends have a son that's 4. We were pretty busy all weekend long. He was tired of walking. Mica offered to give him back rides. He gave him multiple rides. You know when you offer once, the offer still stands later on. ;)


Isaak decided that it would be a great idea to climb a tree that was right by a sculpture. When we said, "Get down!" he quickly got down. Then this happened:


Thankfully he only complained about it when it happened, and a few hour duration. It must look worse than it feels.

I'm off a day with Memorial Day in there. I completely thought today was Tuesday. Remember to enter my low entry giveaway, while you're here.





18 comments:

Deborah Coombs said...

What a sweet little bunny! I hope Isaak is ok.

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

Thanks for the linky. Poor little rabbit.

Mandy 'n' Justin said...

Ouch! Looks painful! Glad Isaak didn't really complain too much after it happened though. And the 4-year-old friend is the cutest!!! He seems so happy that Mica gave him back rides! And Mica looks less than thrilled. lol. Whose bunny was that?

Sandee said...

Awww on the bunny.

Way to go on hitching a ride.

I'm glad he only got a scrap. It could have been worse.

Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ☺

alissa apel said...

Mandy 'n' Justin the bunny was just sitting there in the campus lawn.

stevebethere said...

Aww! that bunny looks tiny

Ouch that looked quite sore but it didn't seem to spoil the enjoyment heheh!

Have a bunnytastic week and thanks for trickling by :-)

Keith's Ramblings said...

Ouch! Any chance of a piggy-back to the shops?

A Scottish Springtime

Kristi Maloney said...

Ouch! That scrap looks painful. So glad it wasn't any worse. Cute bunny! Tis the week of baby animals! ;)

Harry Flashman said...

My daughter recently found a baby bunny. She knew they were almost impossible to raise, so she called a specialty animal rescue. Then she noticed that although they accepted baby bunnies and baby squirrels, they advertised themselves as an owl rescue too. When she asked them, it turned out they used the baby bunnies and squirrels to teach orphaned owlets how to kill and eat prey.

Sometimes I just want to blow up the trail coming up the mountain, destroy all my communications equipment, and live out my days cut off from society.

csuhpat1 said...

Hope everybody is ok.

Not too many rabbits in these parts where I live.

Rhonda Albom said...

Only one baby bunny? No wonder he's scared.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That scrape looks quite painful, but glad he's ok!

The bunny is so sweet. We have oodles of them in our yard. I think they hide under the neighbors deck because I always see them running that way.

mail4rosey said...

Yeeouch on that scrape. Hurrah for long weekends, piggy back rides, and cute little bunnies. :)

~ Noelle said...

That scrape looks painful... glad he didnt get hurt worse.

Jeanna said...

Yikes, that's a scrape you can show off!

Ai Sakura said...

Yikes I hope that didn't leave a scar!

alissa apel said...

I think he'll be fine Ai. It's already lighter, and it just happened this last weekend.

pixiedusk said...

Really looks painful! Hope he feels better soon because he is such a sweet kid!

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