Friday, August 19, 2011

Sheers

When second daughter redecorated her bedroom we hung white sheers and purple panels.  They were much too long for the window but we decided to let them "pool" on the floor like you see sometimes in decorating magazines. (The truth is we were too lazy to hem them.)

Well, guess who really likes the curtains.  I couldn't find him one afternoon when he was out bunning around until I saw the curtains move.  He likes to go behind the sheers and push the fabric around on the floor.  I think he's chewing on the sheers too.

Clovie, you make me laugh...


Hey, Buddy Boy! Do NOT eat the curtains!

8 comments:

bunnits said...

He's just adding a little cutwork pattern to those sheers.

Oh, Clovie, you make me laugh, too.

Jade said...

Clovie is just doing his part to trim the sheers to a properly fashionable length. He's hoping for a spread in "Bunner House and Gardens".

Yollie, the human of Fairy Castle Farm said...

So adorable! - Beautiful Clovie. My family have a running joke. When my sister was little (in her 20's now) used to run under the sheets on the line and pretend to be a 'bride' My Nonna (Italian) would say "My little 'sposa' (bride), come here! out of my washing!" and we would laugh. So anytime she found the opportunity (Shopping centres, clothes lines, you name it) she'd rush underneath and yell 'sposa'. This has since evolved... down to my daughter and cat and bunnies. You see since telling my daughter the story, anything that has a fabric draped over it's head is a 'sposa'! So on seeing your blog today, my daughter shouted "See Mummy, Clovie is a 'sposa' too!" I guess it does not matter that he would actually be a groom, she thinks he makes a very pretty 'sposa' !! Have a wonderful week from all of here at the FCF!

SixBunnies said...

Clovie makes my heart warm and puts a smile on my face!

It is the way of the bunneh ... to "fix" the ambiance in any room ... our shower curtains are all ...uh ... mangled ... or "fixed" ... whichever way you want to look at it. No need to replace them, as with poo, if you move it or replace it, the buns will "put it back" ...

Michelle May (Shell) said...

He didn't think you had them "pooled" properly on the floor and was just trying to fluff them.
Too cute!
xx, shell

La Alicia said...

he he he -- that's a perfect bun bun hiding spot! :)

Rabbits' Guy said...

Clovie bunn sure has nice taste ...

Lisa said...

One of our first few posts was about how angry Biff used to get at the curtains. They would always say the wrong thing and he would have to beat them up. seriously, though, he would play with them for hours, boxing them, moving them, hiding in them. We don't have curtains anymore. I wonder if he misses them?