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is located at
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, VA 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
email - Notforgottenfarmwitch@gmail.com

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Hopping Along ~

well Hello!

...can you believe how big our little baby cottontail rabbit is getting?
~ a tiny eating-machine :)

clover, sweet alfalfa, dandelion greens {not too many} 
and organic pellets have been sustaining him {her?} lately ~
along with lots of love & attention.

since "Harry" {yup Harry…as in 'Potter'}
is now a domesticated rescue ~ he will not be going back into the wild.
((he is just too trusting now of humans... well of dogs, cats, chickens, ducks donkeys & sheep too.))
So, we will continue to care for him until his last day ~ which I pray is many moons from now :)

Our Kitchen Garden is growing as well,
here are our white eggplant & black eggplant…
….a rogue tomato,  several cabbage-varieties, leek,
and sweet green peppers.

… along the fence line Peter has planted corn & onions…
they are reaching for the sun now!

and here are a few different lettuces, a nice & healthy yellow squash,
more leeks and another pepper plant ~
a tiny patch of black eyed suzy's is blooming too :)

~ all is well in my garden ~
{hmmm….that sounds like a good little sampler-verse, no?}

Today is Tracy's day on the Buttermilk Basin's
~ Summerthyme Blog Hop ~

click on the link below to visit Tracy!!

I am working on my little offering for the hop ~ my day is Saturday the 20th…
better get stitching then!

Hoping you all have a beautiful day my Friends ~

~ Blessings from the Farm ~


Donna Rae Barrow said...

~ all is well in my garden ~

Yes, quite a nice sampler verse, I think!

Everything looks lovely, Lori, and Harry is precious!!!

Karen Budnick said...

Good luck with your bunny. We have two that just came out on their own. The warren was not in my garden this year. We tried to keep wild bunnies alive and well when we were kids but they never survived for long in captivity.

Jeannine520 said...

Gosh, is he ever cute! Very nice garden, too. We ran out of time this year and only planted tomatoes.

Ani said...

Very sweet bunbun, glad you could find a place for her/him on your farm! As a former bunnie owner please have yours spayed or neutered. *Fixing* your bun will make a much nicer and healthier animal. Here is a reference article if you'd like to read further on the subject: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=18+1803&aid=2147

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