Sunday, June 17, 2012

Morning Routine


I am sure I have mentioned a few times that one of my favorite things to do on my days off is to sit with Clovie with my morning coffee and read the paper. I even set my alarm to get up early. If it's nice out I open his window for some fresh air. The neighborhood is usually very quiet.

That is how I spent the mornings on my first week of my vacation. For me, it's a nice way to relax. I'm not sure Clovie gets anything out of it other than some attention.  He has his own little morning routine:  blast out of the cage when I set down his morning greens and open the door, dive into breakfast and eat everything on the plate, spend a little potty time in the hay box, sit a spell on the rug in front of the hay box-maybe do a little grooming, hop up on the chair and onto the top floor of the cardboard condo for some hay, then back onto the chair and look at "mommy" to see if she's available for a little bunny massage.  (Sometimes he goes behind his cage and sits next to me for his massage.) Then, under the chair for the rest of the day where he can keep an eye out for us in between naps.


10 comments:

Heart of a Cowgirl said...

What a sweet look on his face in that last pic! He surely provides you with a lot of opportunities for your artwork. :)

anonymous said...

What a beautiful bunny and idyllic mornings. Thanks for sharing.

Christina said...

Clovie is very photogenic. I like this routine very much.

speedyrabbit said...

What a wonderful bunny life!
PS:don't for get to enter Speedy's prize draw!

bunnits said...

What a pleasant way to start your days off. That adorable face would get any day off to a good start.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Sounds about right - for both!!!!

SixBunnies said...

I still cannot take that face ... that sweet, questioning, innocent looking little bunny face! I love those pictures. My favorite part is the sunshine coming through the ear in the last photo. There is something very special about that rabbit! :)

Fairy Castle Farm said...

I love that you set your alarm for special 'Clovie time' and I am sure he enjoys it more than he lets on ;) ~Yollie

Michelle May said...

I think that Clovie time is a most excellent time.

BinkiesandFlops said...

Oh that 'Clovie Time' sounds sooooo perfect! I don't blame you one bit for setting your alarm clock for that cutie-patootie! xox! : )