Mr. Groundhog Returns!

I am very excited to share that I finally had a sighting of Mr. Groundhog (aka Fatty)! I haven’t seen him in months and was worried that the other more active wildlife here had perhaps taken off with him. But much to my surprise, he popped up into my yard and I was able to greet him with a happy smile.

Now I know many people may not be as enthusiastic as I am when a groundhog who has a large labyrinth underground has made it through hibernation only to pop back up, but I am! A few days ago after the farmer across the street had tilled the field, I watched a few groundhogs scampering across the street in the recently turned soil and hoped that perhaps one of them was mine.

Fatty is looking pretty lean so I hope that his munching on the dandelions (of which I have a ton in the yard right now) will fatten him up again happily after his long winter’s nap. Now I just have to wait and see if Mrs. Fatty returns as well!

Of course, you know I am anxiously awaiting a sighting of my darling bunnies. So far, I haven’t seen them, but I am keeping a watchful eye out!

Which by the way, reminds me – Today is…

May First which is….Rabbit Rabbit, White Rabbit, White Rabbit Day!

Shine On!

xo

6 thoughts on “Mr. Groundhog Returns!

  1. Rabbit Rabbit, White Rabbit, White Rabbit to you also dear lady. And a hope that bunnies are just waiting for more sunshine to join the party in your yard 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋 😂 🤣

    • Thank you so much Mark! I hope all is well with you as your weather turns to Autumn. How are your resident creatures? How are you?❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

      • Slow and steady wins the race Yvonne, me and the weather 😀. And always plenty of creatures around here though the dolphins have been very quiet for a few months for some reason. But no sooner had I thought about them up pops a mother and very young child swimming out the front, (they come into the quiet of the lake to be born and teach fishing skills). It was lovely to watch thank you 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

  2. I’m glad your groundhog has returned! I haven’t seen our resident groundhog yet this year. It’s strange, we have years where we will see bunnies abundantly in our backyard and other years where I won’t see any. I’ve always wondered why.

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