• New Years

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!


    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!

    Love,
    Jess & the Crunchy Bunnies



  • Christmas

    ‘Tis the season!

    ‘Tis the season!
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    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
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  • Anxiety,  Fear,  Halloween

    Failure and pity-parties: A confession.

     

    I’m not good at keeping up with things. I forget to take my vitamins, I forget to thaw chicken for tomorrow’s dinner, I forget to work out, I forget to call friends. I make to-do lists that I forget to look at, and sometimes I’m so unmotivated I write down easy tasks that I can cross off to feel more productive: “Get the mail”, “clean off your desk”, “poop”.

    I get easily overwhelmed and then the dreaded anxiety kicks in. My mom is the exact opposite. She has a specific day and a specific time of day for the things she needs to do. She doesn’t even think twice about it- she just does stuff, then still manages to get dinner on the table before 6:30!

    So I dropped the ball on Inktober…

  • Thoughts on Death

    Expired.

    I think a lot about the fact that our time here is limited. Sometimes it makes me shrink into a corner and cry. Sometimes I look at death passively, like observing a bee pollinating a flower.
    Death is a very difficult thing to come to terms with in your life. I wasn’t exposed to it very often growing up, now it feels like it’s all around me. I guess that’s the way it is when you get older, you know more people, everyone else grows older with you, and before you know it you have to buy a new funeral dress because your old one expired… just like everything else.

    Give your loved ones some extra time and attention today; they’re not going to be around forever.

     

    Now that I’ve made you all nice and sad, have a great Hump Day!

    -Jess