writing

Why everyone should write

Just about every time I sit down to write I start with “Really need to write more”. I also noticed I like to thank my books and pens a lot for how they serve me so loyally, saying things like: “I don’t know what I’d do if I didn’t have books to write in and […]

What virtual playgrounds and carrots can do for you

  There’s an expression in the cycling world called “bonking”. When you “bonk” on your bike it means you burst through the start gates like a frenzied rat with the wind up your tail and a few hours later you hit “the wall”. Your muscles are more useless than one of those “you’re as useless […]

I Never Said That

  In Cold Comfort Farm, by Stella Gibbons, Aunt Ada Doom claims to have seen ‘something nasty in the woodshed’. Now, the book never reveals what the ‘something nasty’ was, but I’m strongly inclined to believe that it was a nefarious collector of quotes with a penchant for misattribution. I picture a wall sporting pictures […]

About the Other

I’m Kerrythe.  The other Survivor Bunny.  Like Erin said, surviving is definitely present continuous and I have found writing to be that very subtly supportive rock of a friend throughout my life, helping me to be more aware of, accept and let go of things that weren’t working. So that’s why I love writing. However, […]

About Erin

My name is Erin and I am a Survivor Bunny. Well, perhaps it would be more accurate to say surviving bunny, but that doesn’t sound quite as cool as a blog name. Gives the impression that all the other bunnies died. Which would be sad and a bum way to start a blog. What I’m […]

About This

Before we were teenagers we started a Barbie Club and named it some long silly name we can’t remember like “Rollerblading Magic Rainbow Hair Sparkle Fruity Fairydust Club”.  Acronym RMRHSFFC.  Totally immemorable and impractical.  But it was special to us.  It made us feel like we had our own “thing”.  A top secret world of […]

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