The Shark Ate My Rabbit

Flowers and plants have become part of my blog.  They just have to be there.  When the world was first shut down, and there were shortages of EVERYTHING, I was having a difficult time finding fresh flowers all the time and I wanted something for Easter.  So I found this adorable little succulent plant in a painted rabbit planter.   IMG_1724

He was a such a lovable little rabbit and I loved my little rabbit too.  But sadly, he had an accident and did not survive it.


My shark ate my rabbit.  And he’s smiling about it too.  Can he believe how cheeky he is?


Oh well, I guess better the rabbit than me.  I dive with sharks all the time.  “Sharks are friends”.


You got to have fun right?!  Stay safe and stay well everyone.  Don’t let the sharks bite.

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

22 thoughts on “The Shark Ate My Rabbit”

      1. The name just kind of evolved. Everywhere we dive, the sharks just come right up to me. They are beautiful, misunderstood animals. In May, I took a shark ecology course for diving. It was very interesting and very informative.


    1. You’re right, the shark is TOTALLY me.

      The poor rabbit really was an accident. I was taking him outside for a “photo shoot” and somehow he got knocked out of my hand. Besides, I wouldn’t make a pate out of rabbit. NO, no, no. A rabbit would be better roasted or grilled. 🙂

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