Monday, October 29, 2007

Not a Flaw to be Found


No matter how hard I looked I couldn’t locate a flaw in the barrier. When I did discover a place where the layer was thin, I could see that behind it stood yet another layer blocking my way. It was hopeless. The inner sanctum where I’d felt so safe and protected, where I’d planned to dig my burrow, where the strange fluffy ground was just beginning to give way under my diligent scratching, was no longer open to me.

I’d need another plan. I stretched out near the cave to brainstorm my options.


Deb said...

You are a resourceful bunny, Freckles! I know you'll find a way. Think hard.

The Furry Kids said...

I have no doubt that you'll get this figured out. Keep thinking!


Marissa Doyle said...

Hi Deb...I'm here from Verla Kay, where my avatar is a picture of my big mushy alpha-male-but-mommy's-boy bun, a French Lop named Maple.
I love your bunnylogue!

I'm sorry for your lost bunny. It's amazing how a mostly non-vocal creature can leave such an echoing silence behind when they go away.

archi ann said...

we bunnies are geniuses... you'll find a way...

FrecklesandDeb said...

Deb, Furry Kids, and Archi Ann, Thanks for your confidence in me. I did think hard...and came up with a brilliant solution. Keep reading!

FrecklesandDeb said...

Thanks for stopping by. I did see the picture of your handsome bunny Maple on the Verla Kay board. He is a cutie! Glad you like our adventures!