Meet Mr. Flop— I am guessing a distant cousin of Peter Rabbit… you know, of Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit and Friends.
Just recently I re-watched Miss Potter, with Renee Zellweger. Sincerely one of the most delightful films of late. It is a love story, not only of the human kind but of her love of her beloved Peter Rabbit, who was a naughty little bunny that steals vegetables from Mr. McGregers garden despite his Mother’s advise. My suggestion would be: watch it with someone you love; I did. (**waving hi to my Mother)
I suppose, after watching this divine visual inspiration, that was the reason my Serendipity road took me along a path that had me meet up with many of Peter Rabbits friends.
I’ m serious as a heart attack when I tell you these colorful creatures heard me walk around the corner and up they swam to swiftly say hello! I suppose they might be used to 2 legged creatures such as myself feeding them– I had nothing which lead to a stern scolding from Mr. Black Bill.
He really sqwaked at me for some time — then turned on his heels and told the other’s I was not their early morning meal ticket as they had hoped.
I did tell the lovely ladies I thought their bright orange wadding boots looked stunning, nothing like a great pair of shoes!– none the less they turned waving their little feathered hinnies towards me hardly saying a good-bye!
Samantha Swan was enjoying her morning bath and reflection. (I personally like bubbles)
If you look very carefully to the right, you can see Benjamin and Adam and Brittni not far away from their burrow. When I walked a bit closer ! In they went… just as their mother had told them. GOOD little Bunnies!
Sometime ago, I shared a previous visit with Mr. P (click here to see other Post about him)
I am not sure if this was my original Mr. P — or his step-brother Phil (note the not so full tail feathers) but none the less he gave me a handsome side profile pose as he walked away from me.
It was just another PERFECT day… living a beautiful life, walking down my Dipity Road.
Ohh! This week at Pink Saturday Bev challenged us to each “spot light” another blog we enjoy in the Blog-o-sphere… So I am sharing simply one of the most creative Blogs I have come across. Karen is a true artist… but more important her blog is MAGIC– her music is perfect and her watercolors and imagination sublime. Visit her at A Scrapbook of Inspiration. Below is one of her MANY originals… such a beauty isnt it?? Ohhh and PINK! 🙂
Have a wonderful end of the week!
TTFN~~ Claudia ♥ ♥
Since January 1st 2010 -- I have been celebrating finding Beauty in our every day lives. Stay in the Day... be in the moment. Don't wait to live your life.
Stop and make a habit to find the Beauty and you will be amazed at how Beautiful your life is. Be thankful and remember:
"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." Dyer