I’m sad to share that, a few months back, she started to develop a bit of a cataract over her right eye. So far, it hasn’t impeded her too much (she does run into us a bit more, from time to time). I think this stems from the surprising fact that we learned Daisy is actually a bit older than Phineas.
This guy was particularly… big? I did wonder if this could be Harold, but that’s an awful lot of weight to have put on, in a short time. But perhaps it’s been a bad pandemic year for everyone, bunnies and humans included. I know that I wasn’t making the best of food choices.
Lately, Liz has documented several times where I’ve left the gates… open, shall we say. Enough that last night, I walked into the kitchen to see this:
Was spending a little time sitting with Daisy and Phineas. After they got super cozy, I was able to set my phone on the ground to get this close-up photo.
While we were out working in the backyard, I spotted this little guy sitting nearby… bold as brass. As soon as I got my camera out, he got spooked and ran away.
Not the greatest photo in the world, but I wanted to capture this moment where Daisy was leaning hard on Phineas… and the two of them just looked like the best of buddies.
Post-work, finally getting around to installing the arches we cut out.
It’s a bit of a daunting process, us committing to installing these things. Because I feel like I did a really poor job of cutting them out. But we sucked it up and tried to align the pieces as best we could.
Came downstairs to find Phineas sleeping. On closer inspection, I realized he leaned right into a food dish and didn’t seem to care one bit.
We were in Lake View this morning, running a bunch of errands. As we were driving down Clark, Liz looked out the window and yelled “It’s a bunny store!”
I love that to me, it looks like a snow cottage that one might take respite in, before going out and hitting the slopes. I imagine a small counter where you can get a bit of hot chocolate, before you grab a seat by the fireplace.
I went about vacuuming the area, and even got the vacuum right up to the entrance here. Phineas? Didn’t move an inch. Not at all. He was so still, for a moment there I thought we had maybe lost him.
Came downstairs today to see this odd configuration in the bunny area. What… happened last night here?
It’s a challenge, updating this blog when I really don’t leave the house all that much. I used to take more photos when I was walking to/from the train, and well… we really don’t do that anymore.
With all the work that’s happened on the first floor recently, there was no good space for them. But they’re back now, and staying with us in the interim… until everyone has to locate again (once the final floors are installed).
Tonight, we worked on getting the bunnies moved from their current area… over to the newly demo-ed living room. We’ll be pulling up the floor in the main hall area, and so it’s another game of shuffle while we move things (and bunnies) around.