Saturday, May 29, 2010

Miss Bean

Thanks, Ellen!

14 comments:

Boopalina luv said...

Its gonna be long holiday weekend with Miss Bean.

Stacy Hurt said...

Dear Miss Bean, I promise to give you all the dandelions you want; pancakes galore & nootribun snacks by the bag full; just please focus all that disapproval slightly to your left so I may be able to approach and keep my limbs for servitude.

Respectfully

the dumbest bag of flesh on the planet
xoxo
beep!

Nancy said...

And Miss Bean said, "I'll give you to the count of ten, and by then, hooman, I want you gone. One. . ."

Rabbits' Guy said...

I had Miss Bean for 9th grade English Composition

Fleetie said...

Miss Bean's expression sums up how I feel at the moment. Miss Bean disapproves. I disapprove. Being a bunny, Miss Bean is right!

Fleetie said...

I am amazed that sapling thing in the foreground can grow, in Miss Bean's withering disapproval!

janet2buns said...

Judging by that expression, I think Miss Bean has smelled a bad smell and it's coming from US! It's just another reason hoomins ANNOY her so much.

Ellen said...

Hi Y'all, I'm Ellen, Miss Bean's personal assistant, and I'm here to let it be known that Miss Bean is completely blind, due to neglect by her...shall I even use the word....owner (after all, our bunnies actually own us, do they not?). She has come to regard her "affliction" as an asset...it's just one less sense that has to be offended by hooman exposure. She feigns a hardness of hearing when she it suits her....but that smell..well, she has a hard time not blurting out, "there's something rotten in Rotterdam!" (a.k.a. Hoomanville)

The human said...

I feel that is more anger than disapproval. I can feel it all the way over here!

SixBunnies said...

Ellen, thank you so much for caring for Miss Bean! I'm so glad she's found someone to own that understands her. I'm so sorry she had such a bad start in life!

River Driver said...

A visual "harrumph".

Fleetie said...

Poor Miss Bean bunny.

How can people neglect bunnies like that? It makes my blood boil with rage.

Thank-you for looking after Miss Bean and giving her a loving forever home.

Ellen said...

It's my joy to care for Miss Bean...and I love it that she has this idyllic life now. She gets to be a free rangin' bunny all over the back yard...hoppin', diggin', nappin' where ever she pleases...with her loyal subject (me) frequently checking on her and loving on her. In the evenings she comes inside to hang with me and my husband. She has begun to let me hold her on my lap and pet her while we watch telly. Then it's off to her house for the night, with a few more nose rubs and kisses on her head.
Oh, and I tell her she is very beautiful...which she is.

Fleetie said...

That's so lovely! Lucky Miss Bean bunny!