3/26/10

Won't you take me to....Bunnytown?

Some people go to meetings; some people arrange million dollars deals; some people construct million dollar buildings; some people cook amazing meals; some people cut hair; some people fight fires; and some people manage others.

This is what I do at work. And it always makes me smile.












Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off help them make houses..

37 comments:

Tortuga said...

Those are absolutely adorable. What a neat project!

Michele said...

Very good.

You know, if that teaching gig doesn't work out you could be a sculptor.

Alix said...

I love all the cheeks! But the flat brown Gumby bunny artist is way ahead of his/her time. What an avant-garde piece.

So wonderfully adorable, all of them. Thanks for sharing!

Melissa said...

I LOVE them, they made me smile this morning!

I want to move, so you can be my sons kindergarten teacher, seriously...(sorry having kindergarten issues over here, never mind the crazy mom!)

Susan Higgins said...

These are awesome... I'm sure you are making a lasting impression on your kids.

I hope at least one tries to find you when you are an old lady to tell you how much you helped them as one of your students.

mo.stoneskin said...

You torture rabbits? Trapping them and mutating them in little plasticine moulds? Unbelievable.

Southern Belle Mama said...

If I just keep reading your posts, I'll be ready to return to teaching in the fall!

I love the red-orange bunny with the enormous cheeks! Priceless. :)

Fiona Picklebottom said...

The brown one? Is awesome!

just making my way said...

So cute! I'm with Alix - the little brown one really made me smile!

Snappy Di said...

I love each and every one of these cute little whiskered bunny faces!

Di

The Boob Nazi said...

Those are adorable.

Cheryl said...

Priceless. Could you pack them up in a bunny cage and send them all to me? I really need something a little edgy for that table in the corner.

Julie said...

Those are hilarious!

Catching up on my blog reading. Happy Friday!

Coffee with Cathy said...

Awesome Play-doh technique! Reminds me of my daughter, who refuses to do Play-doh with her 2-year-old son when her artist husband is helping. "I make a dog," she says, "and he makes a West Highland Terrier. A white one." Sigh.

Secretia said...

Seems like the land of make believe!

Joanie M said...

I love all those bunnies! Some of those kids are quite talented!

B said...

Love it!!

3 Men and a Lady said...

I like the 2nd one best. He's all smooshed and like "whatever".

Birdie3008 said...

Thanks, I needed that today.

Christy said...

So darling - all of them! have a great weekend!

Mike said...

Great job. Looks like we have another Rodin on our hands.

Linda said...

Boy, the googly eyes really make the difference, don't they?

Steven Anthony said...

the brown one made me giggle;)

R.J. said...

Your munchkins are priceless. When is your book coming out? Your job is bursting with lots of raw material.

WeaselMomma said...

What a great job you have.

Ellie Belen said...

Those made me laugh. Hope you inspired a few to the arts too.

By the way, every time I write about crazy bunnies and doggies, can I use one of these pics to illustrate the point?

Nej said...

They are all great! But that brown one really made me smile! :-)

only a movie said...

Very fun. :-)

Irish Gumbo said...

I wanted to be an architect because I wanted to design houses for a living...but those rabbits look like a lot more fun!

Stupid houses...

Baby Sweetness said...

Too funny and so cute!

Now you have to answer - HOW on earth does one get nearly 1500 followers?!?!?!

Suzy said...

WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE CAN VOTE ON BABBLE AGAIN?

Lynn said...

It was times like this when I sang the Steve Martin song, "And I get paid for doing this!"

Maggie May said...

these are so farkin cute. Lola just made one with a green mohawk the other day :))

anymommy said...

Awesome. Just scrolling through them made me happy.

Dawn said...

yeah...and to think I picked the ones who know how to read and write...some days I need to visit bunnytown. *sigh.*

CatLadyLarew said...

Bunnies! Yay! Life is good when you get to do this all day!

Anna See said...

Adorable, squishy and cute!