This month is flying by and I'm starting to feel the stress of Convention coming way too quickly... I'm excited but it's always nerve-wracking, leaving home, and this time we are going to have to hire a care taker. Always scares me, cause I'm the only person who cares for tends to my rabbits. I didn't breed any does because we've had experiences of does who abort their babies when strangers come into the rabbitry. I even have yelled at my brother cause I don't want him in there, nor making tons of noise around there.
I want everything perfect by the time Convention comes, but I'm freaking out on where I'm going to find the time. I think I'm going to have to call off work though I really need the money. Wah. What to do! :(
Sorry these photos are late! These are the photos I took last month when I traveled down south with my lovely friend, Teri R. of Sonshine Rabbitry. We had a ton of fun, picking up/transporting rabbits. We went right through L.A. and around through Julian, CA and into San Diego. After we had picked up 20+ Californian rabbits at Rob Fender's beautiful home in the mountain desert, we met up with the Coplin family to pick up a few more and went out to lunch with them. It was tons of fun and they are wonderful people with such pretty bunnies!
These photos will not be in order, but please enjoy! :)
Mrs. Teri is the #1 Starbucks junkie! :)
Entering the grapevine.
And as usual, more coming in future blog posts! Check out the next few days to get the whole album. :)
When you're in a picture taking mood- you're in a picture taking mood. *Rarely* ever do I post photos that we're taken in my barn, at night, or with flash. Especially all three. LOL.
Well you're in for a treat! Tonight I just needed to snap some pictures, I couldn't resist. Well, they don't look terrible for just snap shots but I'm sure I'll be retaking them this weekend and get these buns all groomed up.
I do take photos every once in a while like this *just* to have on hand, just in case. The world NEVER sees them though, I think they are repulsive to my taste in my own photography. But which portfolio is perfect? ;P
Hobbs' Kirara "Kee-la-la" Fawn Junior Doe
Philly, a Broken Opal Junior Buck who is in his uglies.
Lucky Lop's who I need to rename, Blue Tort Junior Buck.
Lucky Lop's Claudio, Chestnut newly Senior Buck.
As you can tell, everyone is still working on coats. I'm lovin' the heads though!!!
Eh, heck, lets throw a Wooly in here. :P
Jankenpon, 7 week old Opal Buck.
Hope everyone had a good week. TGIF! (I'm feeling better.)