“Here comes Peter Cottontail
Hopping down the bunny trail
Easter’s on its way”
This guy can really hop!!
image credit: roger the kangaroo, at the kangaroo rescue sanctuary, alice springs, australia
on the night before…
“In the book A Wrinkle in Time, it says that time is like a big old rumpled blanket.
What I’d like is to be caught in one of those wrinkles.
Tucked away. Hidden in a small tight fold.”
– Author: Carol Rifka Brunt
Image credit: “The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes” by Du Bose Heyward, illustrated by Marjorie Hack, Houghton Mifflon Company, Boston, MA, 1939,
happy easter to those both near and far
hoping we can gather together again before too long
“bunny slippers remind me of who i am. you can’t get a swelled head if you wear bunny slippers. you can’t lose your sense of perspective and start acting like a star or a rich lady if you keep on wearing bunny slippers. besides, bunny slippers give me confidence because they are so jaunty. they make a statement; they say, “nothing in the world does to me can ever get me so down that i can’t be silly and frivolous.”
image credit – Eli Halpin, Carrot Cake in Blush
In the municipal center of Newport Beach, California, sits a local oddity that is equal parts controversial, cuddly, adorable, and absurd.
The sculpture, dubbed “Bunnyhenge,” consists of 14 large white bunnies arranged in a circle, with two even larger 8-foot-tall bunnies found nearby. While these oversized stone bunnies sit stoically staring at each other with their colorful beady eyes, the town around them has become divided over their existence.
When it was first installed in 2013, the sculpture was initially very popular, especially with children (creepy as some others may find a circle of giant bunnies to be). But the public artwork also cost the city $221,000, or nearly $14,000 per bunny, which outraged many residents. One candidate for city council—who was later elected—even declared that “we need to blow up the bunnies!”
Despite the threats, the bunnies have made it nearly five years, and can still be found strangely and stoically gathered in the park by City Hall.
“read to your bunny often and your bunny will read to you.”
-rosemary wells, american author and illustrator of childrens’ books,
including the ‘max and ruby series’
credits: leira, atlas obscura
*my easter/passover/april fool’s day/full moon kit-kat salad and its recipe
upwrap 7-12 kit-kat bars
break into delicious individual pieces
if chocolate melts onto your fingers
lick them clean
drop what’s left into a lovely bowl
*(serving size may vary depending on how willing you are to share)
happy holidays to all
“food for the body is not enough. there must be food for the soul.”