Friday, October 23, 2009

Flip Friday

Here we are again at the end of the week.

Are we really aware of where the beginning went?

Well, no matter. It's Friday, and that's that.

And, as long as it's Friday, we may as well celebrate with...

....A RABBIT MOVIE!!!!


(I'll bet you didn't know that was coming!)

Miss Zoe has been a little disgruntled this week, as you know. Her schedule's been off ever since the Chick was away, and then earlier in the week, there was that whole issue with the salad being late not just once, but-- well, more than once. She did just get a hay order, but even so...

My point is this: The Rabbit was not feeling up to a cinematic appearance for today. She was resting comfortably in Her chalet. And, sometimes, it's best to leave a Resting Rabbit to Herself.

So, in honor of leaving the Resting Rabbit to Herself, we have decided to post an Oldie but a Goodie. The following movie is not truly a Flip Friday movie, as it was not filmed with the Flip camera. But you won't hold that against a Rabbit. Will you?



This was Zoe's first movie ever on the big screen. Lots of Her Fans out there probably hadn't seen it, so I thought why not give it another play?

I think some things bear repeating, don't you?

5 comments:

Emma said...

Nom nom nom...

Definitely worthy of repeat viewing. Happy Flip Friday!

Linnea said...

New to us down here at the house-that-has-yet-to-be-named! The Daughter and I enjoyed watching Zoe so thoroughly enjoy her salad!

Kavindra said...

It's a classic, like Casablanca or Gone with the Wind. Maybe you should call it CasaBunny, or
Salad-Gone Like the Wind....

And of course, like all great actresses, sometimes "they vant to be alone".

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boltandfrolic said...

Zoe is a beautiful bunny girl! I love watching buns nom their salads : D It's such a great few moments of zen. Here are my two, Hudson and Honey: http://www.flickr.com/photos/boltandfrolic/331345236/in/set-72157594345172250/

Love your artwork—it's very fun!
Cheers, Ellen