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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Happy Cactus Monday with a rabbit riding lizard!

It was a happy Cactus day when I saw this little guy riding on the back of my stone rabbit!! Can you see him???

Should I ride this way? I forgot my saddle!

Or maybe backward facing??? Bareback is best anyway, I suppose!

Happy Cactus Monday from one messed up ol' lady!!! LOL.
xoxo- Julie

14 comments:

Teri C said...

ROFLOL, oh so cute and funny Julie!!!
What the heck is that thing?

❤HCM❤

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Julie, That lizard had a perfect place to sit.... Guess he was waiting on a free ride, don't you think???? ha

Love your VINCA... We put Vinca in our sun-bed --in June/July --once the Pansies die out.

Hugs,
Betsy

Julie said...

Teri- don't ask me what it is aside from being a scary creature that likes to generally make my heart stop beating temporarily!!! :)

MrBrownThumb said...

LOL. You should make him a little door in the side of the rabbit so he can live there. Like those old tourist traps shaped like shoes and stuff along Route 66.

Julie said...

Mr. BT- Great idea...but these suckers must have more living spaces (like all around the inside rims of my tire gardens, for one) than anything!!! This is one big house down here (So. Florida) for them....hee hee hee!!!

Evelyn said...

Hey Julie
Like the plants and the rabbit, unfortunately I don't like reptiles :(.
HCM!

Laure Ferlita said...

Too cute, Julie!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This is so funny Julie. I love seeing the lizard. You know a real rabbit wouldn't stand still for this action. HCM. Thanks for my morning smile.

Margaret Ann said...

Hilarious! I would have needed a really long lens to capture this... I know those little critters are good to have around...but they give me the willies1! :) HCM!

Marthann's Musings said...

Julie I love it!! The pictures and the lizard on the bunny are too fun. Thanks for sharing.

donna said...

So very nice of your rabbit to allow Miss Lizzie to hop on for a ride around the garden. Lazy old lizard, can't she walk?

Your vinca flowers are pretty. I'm wondering what the yellow flowers are.

donna

Julie said...

Donna...these are Kalanchoe bossfeldiana...they bloom in spring...colors can be pink, yellow, red, orange. You can find them in Home Depot and everywhere. They are a succulent plant. I had planted a LOT of them around this time last year, but the intense heat here killed them all but 3.....I need to move what's left into a shadier spot.

Julie said...

Here is what my garden lookd like when I first planted tons of them, Donna...Kalenchoe blossfeldiana bed 2009.

soulbrush said...

hilarious, right time and right place.