Thursday, August 28, 2008

Bunny in a Box















Not a lot to report here. Work is busy-- thank goodness Monday is a holiday! We're continuing to watch the storm track for Gustav. We should start to get a good sense of where the hurricane will go after it passes Cuba, which should be sometime Friday. We aren't terribly concerned, though. We're pretty well positioned to handle a hurricane and other than needing some more batteries (I bought a second battery-powered fan this summer) we're about set.

Tonight Cadbury decided to jump into my lap while I was on the computer. I was startled, to say the least! Pretty darn cute, though.

11 comments:

RoadBunner said...

I'll send good weather vibes your way. It's official -- Cadbury loves you! Mario used to jump onto my lap when I was sitting on the sofa before he was neutered. Since getting snipped, not so much.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Oh dear ... that Cadbury is such a handsome one and so friendly ... do you think he is thinking pay-back sometime???? Nahhhhh ....

Leah J. Utas said...

He seems so cute there. I wonder what he's up to?
I second the good weather vibes.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Glad to hear you aren't worried about the hurricane. We would hate to think a fellow Spot and family were in danger.......

Missicat said...

Will keep my fingers crossed..
That is rather cat-like behavior for a bun! What a cutie!

Thomma Lyn said...

Good luck with Gustav. I hope he isn't too much a pain in the butt!

And what a precious picture of Cadbury. SQUEE that he jumped into your lap! :-D

Copito said...

Hey Cadbury, mi caballo (cobayo) quiere saber por qué no lo quieres muahahaha!

No te culpo, yo tampoco me acostumbro a su presencia y sus chillidos, hubiera sido mejor un conejín jijiji

='·'=

FrecklesandDeb said...

Looks like he's stocking up on extra hay in case the storm hits!

Anita said...

Another storm? Be careful and take care!

LauraHinNJ said...

That box just fits!

(giggle)

Glenna said...

I always love it when I have an unexpected lap visitor. They always seem more startled than I do, leading me to think that I'm viewed as another surface to explore.

Good luck with the storm--may you (and poor N.O.) have nothing more than some nice soaking showers.