Sunday, June 06, 2010

Sunday Cinnamon



Travel day today. Not sure if we've posted this one before.

Bed now.

19 comments:

Fleetie said...

In this picture, Cinnamon, while approving of her nice green nom noms, DISAPPROVES of the idea of this picture of her being dug out at random at some time in the future when her hoomins are feeling too lazy to take up-to-date pictures of Her Royal Highness!

Rabbits' Guy said...

It'll do ... I get it.

Boopalina luv said...

snacks to go for the bunny, yet the humans forgot snacks for themselfs bunnies first!

BunMa said...

Perhaps not surprisingly, this photo was not among the finalists in the "Please Eat Your Vegetables" poster contest.

Parsley, with a side of disapproval, please.

mum of critters said...

LOL BunMa!!! Well said, better than I ever could have...

Fleetie said...

I doubt that Queen Cinamon approves of hoomins and their flashy box things flashing in her face, while she is trying to eat The Royal Greens.

"Get out of my face, hoomin, or it will be Disapproval Tower for you!"

Fleetie said...

I disapprove of myself for mistyping Queen Cinnamon's name in my previous post!

bunnits said...

What a face! I love it.

SixBunnies said...

There is nothing in the world like a bunny parsley face and Cinnamon's is the BEST! I love her face!

Fleetie said...

Indeed:

http://www.disapprovingrabbits.com/2007/11/sunday-cinnamon-bunny-vs-carrot-top.html

And yes, Cinny does have mad eating skills!

haley said...

I love that goofy face she makes when stuffing down some food. The stem is always my favorite part of greens time.

Jan said...

I was thinking that Cinnamon has the most beautiful, luxurious fur (in that wonderful "cinnamon" color) - and thought that she was truly a Velveteen Rabbit. Well, I found "The Velveteen Rabbit" book online. First time I had read it, and tears were flowing.
http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/williams/rabbit/rabbit.html

Jan said...

URL (put the lines together):
http://digital.library.upenn.
edu/women/
williams/rabbit/rabbit.html

Emma said...

I cried the first Time I read "The Velveteen Rabbit" too - and I was about 25!

This picture is brilliant :)

Fleetie said...

I have heard of "The Velveteen Rabbit" many times, on alt.pets.rabbits, and I have heard of the effect it has on many bunny people.

I won't go near it.

I know I would completely and utterly lose it.

(And I don't even know what the storyline is!)

I am way too sentimental, especially when it comes to bunnies.

Flicka said...

Oh Cinnamon, you're très belle!

Emma said...

Oh Fleetie, you should read it. It made me cry in a good way - it's uplifting!

However, you might not enjoy Watership Down!

Fleetie said...

Read "Watership Down" when I was 8. And bought the DVD recently. And lasted SECONDS when "Bright Eyes" came on. As usual!

Emma said...

I finally watched Watership Down for the first time about a year ago, I hadn't read the book and didn't really know the story. I put my bunnies to bed before I watched it though, just in case.....