This afternoon we went to the store to pick up some ingredients for Michael’s famous spinach and artichoke dip (we’re not going anywhere, we’re just being gross and going to eat ALL that cheesy, greasy, delicious goodness ourselves… because SCHNACKS!!)
There’s supposed to be some ice this weekend, maybe a little snow. And in Kentucky, when a storm is coming, there’s this weird thing people around here do; They ALL go to the store, (at the same time) and completely wipe out the entire bread isle, and buy every jug of milk. If you’re unfortunate enough to run out of bread and need some that day, you might luck out and find one smushed package of hot dog buns left. Seriously.
Anyway, everyone was at the store and, I kid you not, everyone was in the parking lot too, drinking beer and hanging out around a fleet of Jeeps. WHERE ARE WE? Thanks Kentucky.
Kentucky’s bipolar when it comes to weather, we’re not sure what’s going down, but it will probably be some gross stuff!
At least everyone can make their bread and milk sandwiches!
What a great year!
We moved into a glorious little house, were able to go on several fun trips this year, got engaged, Michael started a new job, I published 2 books, created Crunchy Bunny Comics and we all survived the holidays (and paid the bills)!
Thank you to everyone who has stuck around with Crunchy Bunny through 2018, I am so excited for the possibilities and plans of 2019!
Hope you all have a great New Years Eve, we’ll see you next year!
Jess & the Crunchy Bunnies
Christmas Eve is tomorrow, so this weekend I’m being nice to myself and taking a little drawing break. Christmas is exhausting.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday with your loved ones, we’ll see you guys next Sunday!
Jess, & the Crunchy Bunnies
…And I want income security. We can’t all get what we want, Crunchy.
December is a busy month, this weekend we’re thankful to have no plans, so that means cozying up under blankets to watch our favorite Christmas movies, and checking the weather every hour or so. Our local weather guys are back and forth about a potential winter storm coming in, it may happen, it may not, we could get 30″ or 0″… we’ll see.
I’m hoping for snow. The important thing is that everyone is stocked up on bread and milk! Haha
Hope you’re having a low-stress weekend! Stay safe and warm!
- ‘Tis the season!(Side scroller: click the arrow button to see next image)I just wanted to say thanks for sticking around and hanging out with me and the Crunchy Bunnies, it really means a lot.As a thank you, I am giving away an ORIGINAL Crunchy Bunny drawing!For a chance to win just:1: Like Crunchy Bunny’s Facebook page.
2: Share this Facebook Crunchy Bunny Christmas post (Make sure your post privacy setting is set to “public”, otherwise you won’t be entered).The winner will be randomly drawn on December 16th!
Merry Christmas! <3
May your turkey be juicy, your mashed potatoes buttery, and may your conversations not get too out of hand.
Love you guys and thank you for spending time reading Crunchy Bunny, I really appreciate it. Enjoy your holiday!
It snowed a little here last night, just enough to highlight the piles of leaves that I haven’t raked yet.
Last week Michael and I went to Gatlinburg with his family, they had rented a cabin between Pigeon Forge and Downtown Gatlinburg. It was a rainy and cold few days, but we managed to fill the time up with plenty of food, Phase 10, pool and a little exploring.