These are some screen recordings of Caramel being very annoying!! Within 10 minutes she has decided to leap over the cage and land in the middle and be STUCK she layed with Oreo through the bars but he is NOT that calm once she is in his cage he chases her, pulls out fur and grunts! Just an about an hour ago the cages werent gapped this much and she leaped over BOTH cages and landed in his cage! Me & my mother heard it and ran to the rescue! Luckily!! I moved the cages for her to hopefully resist from being Houdini but apparently not! Any suggestions for helping her not be a crazy girl!! Please help desperate bunny mum 😅😭
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I was a little hesitant when Urban Tails Rabbit Rescue first asked me if I’d like to have Clyde after loosing Oreo, I was still really hurting, but I’m really glad I accepted. He’s only been here about an hour and he’s already cuddled up into me.
Everyone meet Clyde 🙂 he’s a year old Dutch rabbit and has such a sweet personality. #bunniesofinstagram#dutchrabbit#newfamilymember#furbabies
"Il Ladro di Fragola" (8” x 8” Oil on Canvas, SOLD). Here's another re-post, a painting from 2014, continuing the Jean Baptiste Siméon Chardin theme. I’m reading a book just now: “The Painter’s Touch” which explores the materiality of paintings by Boucher, Chardin, and Fragonard. It’s a fascinating reading and eye-opening in showing that, although Chardin was a magician with paint and brush, even he struggled from time to time. It puts my struggles into lowly context, given that in my opinion he is one of the greatest there’s ever been.
I called this direct homage "Il Ladro di Fragola" after Chardin’s painting “Basket with Wild Strawberries” (1761), in which the most humble of objects are rendered with beauty and magic.
This is 100% my mood today. At least its almost Friday right?!
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In 3 weeks this sassy bun, my boyfriend and I will be driving down to Atlanta to spend the holidays with my family! Just over a year ago, they moved and Chicago hasn't been the same. However, I'm excited to see my family but not excited for the drive. Long drives are the worst. Thankfully, Oreo actually likes car rides so the 12 hour drive won't be that miserable. What's your best travel tip if you've driven long distance with your rabbit?!