Monday, February 28, 2011

Bunnies Escape!

Ruby Jane and Root Beer Float busted out of their cage on Saturday but silently hopped around in the back yard to assure they didn't awaken little Mary Jane. But as always upon the realization that they were caught the next morning, they remained as indignant as ever.

Cherry Bugg was not amused. But then again, is she ever?

Friday, February 25, 2011

Rabbits Prepare for... Snow?

I don't know about Mary Jane but the rabbits are fluffing up their fur for the oncoming winter snow storm that will have snow at only 500 feet. Goodness. That might be the top of Phillip's large cage (or even his purple castle!).

Mr. John clearly wore the wrong jacket to school today. No sleeves on this vest. Oops.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Possible Rabbit Labor Unrest in the Near Future

Sources still cannot be identified but it looks like there will be a bunny strike later this week because they are afraid that the human masters are wanting to re-negotiate their food contracts.

Ruby Jane (pictured left) supposedly was holding a picket sign yesterday but the still as yet unnamed sources said that she later ate it.

News upcoming...

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

MJ Chilling in a Small Pic

Enough said.

MJ Returns Triumphantly from Arizona

Mary Jane made it to and from Arizona with no problems whatsoever. Last time she was in the hospital over Christmas which was a downer not only for her (goodness, hospital food?) but also her dear doting parents. She remained healthy and slept quite well in the western areas of Phoenix.

For her tremendously good behavior, a big party was thrown for her and she received a cake. Every baby needs a cake!

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Bunnies Confer over New Situation

It's been a little over two months since Mary Jane has entered the household and the bunnies are still unsure as how to handle this. Three of them (as seen to the left) met to discuss if there should be an official protest or just let her into the family. They claim that there is only so much food allotted to the family and an extra mouth -- especially a human one -- will take away from what they get in their food dish. But even if they do hold a vote and petition to protest as they are wont (and legally obliged) to do, it doesn't seem like Miss Jill and Mister John will starve their new infant.

"We will still feed our precious little girl," Miss Jill said upon hearing this. "Mister John's belly on the other hand might need a cutback." There was no comment from Mister John's belly at press time.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Bunnies Distrust Smirking Baby

How could Root Beer Float not love this chubby cheeked face? I don't know! Maybe it's that Mary Jane gets fed almost every three hours and RBF gets fed once a day. The shame of it all!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Bunnies Caucus While Parents Are Away

Phillip, Ruby Jane, and Root Beer Float are trying to figure out how to get more food in the Mary Jane era. They seem to be on the short end of the proverbial rabbit stick. As Root Beer Float said, "We aren't getting the carrot OR the stick. We at least want something to chew on." No comments yet from either Mister John or Miss Jill.

Mary Jane did elicit a comment though. She mumbled aloud and left it at that. Quite vague so the bunnies weren't sure what she meant. Maybe it was post-Super Bowl letdown. Who knows.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Bunnies Starve While Coach Mister John Is Away

Decathlon might be great for Mary Star students but it was quite difficult for the rabbits today who claim they haven't been fed in five days now. While that's quite a doubtful comment, they were quite unhappy with the lack of Saturday frivolity they normally receive. With Coach Mr. John doing his Mary Star medal thang, they were penned up in their cages. If it were up to them, they would have rooted for St. Francis or St. Anthony or someone else to make him come home early.

Root Beer Float (pictured on the left) also said the following, "THUMP. That little girl gets fed every three hours and we get it once a day? That's just wrong. We're cute and cuddly too. We need more feeding times!" She glared before finally adding, "But no baths please."

Mary Star Decathlon Rocks the House!

I will update more of this in days to come but our three teams won a combined SIXTY... yes, SIXTY individual medals. Three students: Christina Szeibert, Allison Read, and Kathy Fernandez won five individual medals to pace the Stars to an incredible score. Team #1 finished second overall (darn you, Flintridge Sacred Heart). Team #3, composed of only freshmen and sophomores finished in second place in their division losing only to Alex and Rose Pilibos (looking at you, Raffi!). Freshman wunderkind Brigitta Szeibert won five medals.

Oh, so many medals to brag about... but more in time to come. I'm just hoping to get some sleep tonight. Luckily little Mary Jane went down easily tonight so I'll fix a bottle for her 2am feeding shortly.

But until then, joyous victory!