I have this thing for bunnies and ducks. Ducks are a long time passion. Our previous home was probably a testament to that because I had duck wallpaper in both bathrooms. I toned it down with my move to our current home, but I still like them.
|My first duck. He was a gift from my hubby when we were engaged. December 1983.|
Here is my bunny that welcomes people into our home if I could get anyone to come to the front door. He is just outside the foyer.
Speaking of my foyer, no bunnies, but some cute green ribbon added to the candles for March.
Kelly @Talk of the House inspired to love ribbon and colorful books. Of course, mine never looks as good as hers. She is quite talented.
Then, there is my bunny in the pool table room. He is just a Hobby Lobby piece I got on the clearance rack, but oh how I love him.
I haven't touched the dining room yet, but it will get some added touches soon. Bunnies and green ribbon or spring ribbon.
You see I kind of decided a few months ago, that my new purchases would be carefully thought out and that I would really really try to abstain from impulse purchases. When I was refreshing the living room, I decided to start thinking of more timeless pieces. I have been eyeing a pair of bunnies I spied several years ago on Buttercup Bliss. They are McCarty bunnies, handmade from clay in the Mississippi Delta. I finally ordered a pair. They only have one of the ones I want right now, but think they will have another like what I want in their next shipment, so I have to wait until the middle of March. I think they will be worth the wait.
Go check out Buttercup Bliss in my blogroll and give her some love. Maybe we can get her to blog again. Cutest house.
I also decided a few months ago, that other than Christmas that I would decorate only the foyer, dining room, and kitchen with seasonal decorations. I decided that I like the more calm uncluttered look of my living room, bedroom, etc. and that I would just keep it like that.
I will share my new bunnies and spring kitchen soon.
Update on Lucy,
I had this post in the hopper, so I decided to post it because I am still a bit distressed over my sweet Lucy, the Springer. She stayed overnight with the vet because she was so manic from the seizure round that he had to sedate her. He will examine her this morning and see where we go from there.