Last night we dyed Easter eggs, while we were creating the egg art a one eyed bunny was born. Max my son created him.
The one eyed bunny was waiting patiently all night in his box, he couldn't wait till we hid him and Max could find him in the morning. The morning came and the one eyed bunny decided to go outside and find some spring he rolled over to a newborn Iris. There he is patiently waiting. Here is a sneak peek of part of a new design I am creating to market for next Easter. Oh no he decided he belongs in the picture there he is again. Here are a few other spring photographs luckily I have managed to keep him out of the picture. Got to run time to go hide that one eyed bunny before he "cracks" himself up!!
Follow-up: I have learned that the "one eyed bunny" was really a "one eyed mouse". According to my sources the night he was born he was definitely a one eyed bunny . I was recently informed by his creator he was really a "one eyed mouse". Whether you believe he was a one eyed bunny or a one eyed mouse the sad news is no longer with us he did "crack himself up" .
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