Saturday, April 20, 2013

Rebecca the Respectful Rabbit



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Rebecca the Respectful Rabbit

More than likely, Rebecca and Polly the Peaceful Parrot would be great friends if they lived a bit closer together. But Polly was happy in Florida and Rebecca lived with her huge family in the great state of Colorado.

So here's the thing about nice respectful bunnies who basically mind their own business, are always polite and try never to offend, impose, or be rude and push to the front of the line: no one notices them. And that's why I don't have much to tell you about Rebecca, except that I'm very sure she'd be a good and loyal friend and you'd like her very much.

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16 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - Oh, I'm sure I'd like her too. In all seriousness it's important to be respectful and to be a good and loyal friend. I'll bet Rebecca is kind too. But you're right - it doesn't always get you noticed. This story reminds me of Laurel Thatcher Ulrich's quote: 'Well-behaved women seldom make history.'

YVONNE LEWIS: said...

Respect is an important virtue in life, Loved this.

Yvonne.

lizy-expat-writer said...

Respect? I wish that was considered a virtue worth teaching children today.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That's funny! You can be all those things without becoming a doormat.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Pat .. Rabbit the Respectful .. I wonder ... or do they dash to the many rabbit holes they have and don't have to worry too much ...

However I'm sure Rebecca is respectful .. and will make her mark on life .. for now she's happy to blend in ..

Cheers Hilary

Amy Jarecki said...

I think I would get along quite well with Rebecca :-)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Rebecca would be great for support.

Elle Carter Neal said...

Hi Pat

Sending my best wishes for good family health. I hope everyone's feeling better soon.

xox

Alternative Foodie said...

I have a Rebecca, she is loyal, supportive, and always give a cheer when we are down. To all the Rebeccas - thank you so much.

Kathy Wiechman said...

Rebeccas are good friends to have, even if they don't get noticed. When they finally are noticed, everyone will wonder why they didn't pay more attnetion.
Kathy @ Swagger Writers

Doreen McGettigan said...

I am hoping Rebecca is not a door mat. Sometimes when you are very respectful and kind people try to take advantage. I say be kind and respectful anyway.
doreenmcgettigan.com


Another great story!

Doreen McGettigan said...

I am hoping Rebecca is not a door mat. Sometimes when you are very respectful and kind people try to take advantage. I say be kind and respectful anyway.
doreenmcgettigan.com


Another great story!

Tara Tyler said...

positively pleasant posts!
love all the creative characters!

happy a to z!

Melanie Schulz said...

I'm sure Rebecca and I would get along fabulously.

Lynda R Young said...

Rebecca sounds like a good bunny buddy.

Grammy said...

Hey, Patricia,
She's clearly not like that "Wascally Wabbit, Bugs Bunny" and much like the Velveteen Rabbit, it seems. Every body needs a good bunny. Loved the post. Ruby