Thursday, December 31, 2009


2009 has come and gone. I thought overall it was one of my better years, I definitely learned a lot and had some amazing, once in a lifetime experiences. Now, the time has come to plan for the future and set goals which I hope to attain.

I think this next year will be a year of new beginnings for me. Some things will leave (or, I shall leave some things) and others will enter to replace them. I am trying to think of it as a the ending of one era and the formation of a new one.

Rabbit wise, I am being extremely indecisive. I know that I will most likely not be remaining here for college, but I still haven't decided which college I would like to attend (or rather, which schools will accept me). CSU Fresno & CSU Long Beach are two that I would like to attend. Based on the college, rabbit raising will probably be no longer be a possibility. I need to be realistic and acknowledge this.

Regardless of that, I am still planning on pursuing my ARBA Judge's license. I think judging would be fun and definitely worth all the studying it would involve! Plus, it would keep me involved in the rabbit world while I concentrate on schooling.

Jessa's babies are doing well. They opened their eyes a few days ago and are just the cutest things. Very adorable and well fed! :D

I need to breed a few days, since neither Bella or Pudge took. :( Grrr.

Happy New Year!
- Michael

Saturday, December 12, 2009


Well, once again I have succeeded in neglecting this blog. I'm sure any readers are so disappointed in my lack of routine in posting that they quit reading long ago.

Anyway, I would just like to give some small updates on me before I forget what I've been doing the past two months.

School. school. School. SCHOOL. I'm constantly fretting over it, like some twisted, obsessed stalker. I really wish I could get it out of my head, but I can't. Finals are this week, so after that I should have two weeks of sanity, at least. The only class that is bugging me is Calculus, since it's ridiculously hard to comprehend when I have a less than stellar teacher.

The bunnies are good! I did well at my last show in Lancaster, picking up Triton's first leg for BOSV and "Wanda" ( hate that name, I need to change it) got two legs for BOG. Not bad! My next show is sometime next year. Wow, that sounds odd thinking it's already going to be 2010. No babies, but to be truthful I haven't really been trying to get anyone bred. haha.

Well, hopefully the next time I post something it will be slightly more coherent and I won't be forming an stress ulcer.

- Michael