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Thursday, November 06, 2008

Fluffy Bunnies

Today I wanted to write a 'fluffy bunny' post! I was inspired by Hullabaloo when I read her post this morning. It was full of excitement and joy for life, and I felt all warm and fuzzy after I'd read it! (It had absolutely nothing to do with bunnies by the way)

So here is my fluffy bunny post, but alas and alack my fluffy bunnieness has bounced off into the undergrowth. I don't seem to be able to 'fluffy bunny' about anything today and am beginning to wonder if I should just stop writing here for a while until I can coax it out again, before you all reach for the bottle or a long length of rope, or worse.

Why have I lost my fluffy bunnieness? When did it run off? I'm not sure but I would like it to come back very soon.

Oh for goodness sake Suburbia, pull yourself together!


Anonymous said...

Awwww honey please don't stop writing. I love your posts. They make me smile.

Dori said...

Coaxing the fluffy bunnies out into the open:
No one stabbed themselves or wounded their sibling during the Jack-o-lantern massacre.

Your son is a financial genius who will support you in a lifestyle you are willing to become accustomed to in your old age.

You have not had to sit through 18 months of mud slinging political ads.

That's all I've got right now. My own fuzzy bunnies are staging a coup attempt.

Elizabeth said...

So sorry you feel down.
The only consolation is that one doesn't feel the same indefinitely.......though it doesn't feel like it at the time.
Where did you get the picture of the fluffy bunny?
I think I need one soonest.
Our daughter (aged 28 and living the other side of the Atlantic) said this morning that we should get a new puppy at Christmas......
So it never ends!

Akelamalu said...

LOL I love fluffy bunnies!

Maggie May said...

You write wonderful posts, always. Keep them coming Suburbia.

Suburbia said...

Dori, thanks for the coaxing!

Maggie and Hulla, thank you. Sorry I'm a but miz

Elizabeth, is that thanks to Obama? I bet there will be lots of new puppies this Christmas.

Akelamalu, so do I! When I can find mine I'll feel better!

Saz said...

I think its the time of year, or a year of time? I'm a bit down too...its in ym half empty quite negative, I sometimes think that no one will read me any more if I keep posting negatively...I'm sure its more down than up..but hey ho...I find l haven't anything to say except for a heart rending wail....and then suddenly l find myself writing a post..which starts off quite banal and ends up ok...

its greta to let off steam...and then sometimes I think mum will read that or thats too dim, sad, dark, bad, worse..
so perhpas its good to reign it in abit..
am l making sense? nope..sorry!!

just that you arent alone...and it feels like you are, inside, you aren't...

reach out its cool...
or email me..
take care, keep it up..


Anonymous said...

Sorry, sweetie, late again. But we all lose it sometimes. You'll find it again.

Jenny xx

molly said...

I did a double take when I saw the title of this post. "What?" I said to myself. "Is Suburbia writing a post about our cat? he who barfs on quilts?? How can it be?"

My six foot four, twenty one year old calls our cat his "little fluffy bunny," hence my confusion!

Don't STOP writing! Write your way through and out of the doldrums!

Rinkly Rimes said...

I see you're in London! Did this Fluffy Bunny hop down Oxford Street?

Rose said...

We all have those days, Suburbia. I'm sure the fluffy bunnieness will come back. If not, surely there is something you can complain about--that's always fun to read, too:)

BS5 Blogger said...

Sub', don't stop writing, please! I suspect the fluffy bunny is just getting used to darker nights, the inevitability that is 'Christmas has approached quicker this year than any year', and the fact that there is quite a lot of gloom around the planet. Blogs like yours keep all that at bay, so it's your civic duty to keep it up!

Have a fluffier Friday!

Bs5 x

blogthatmama said...

That fluffy mojo will reappear Suburbia, I think we all feel a bit like that and hope you're feeling your cheery self again. Blogthatmamax

Liz Hinds said...

You need some marshmallows. then you fill your cheeks with them and try to say fluffy bunnies. that is guaranteed to make your fluffy bunniness return.

Or you could say 'obucha'. (Word verifier)

Liz Hinds said...

I just read the other comments. It is noticeable that I am the only one offering any sensible advice.

VP said...

I think the darker evenings and grey weather hasn't helped Suburbia.

Perhaps the weekend will bring you bouncing back to us in better shape next week? I do hope so.

I enjoyed your Poppy photo too.


Marvin -The Hollow Hound said...

oh don't stop now I have just discovered you!

It is probably this time of year, too much darkness.

Hope your fluffy bunnieness arrives back soon!

Jeannie x
Who has to sign in as her dog, that is enough to make you lose your fluffy bunniness

Wanderlust Scarlett said...

It's Friday, you don't have to pull yourself together.

You could let yourself go for the whole weekend. ;o)
It's nice to do, sometimes.

And, that is one cute bunny.
It's worth at least a mulligan.

Scarlett & Viaggiatore

Suburbia said...

Liz......I did try that but it just made my cheeks hurt ;)

Poopsie aka Blue said...

Hi there!

TY for your comments on my post "A Snapshot on my Life!"

Yes, you knew me previously as Blue.
I had problems i.e. hate Comments & E-mail, so removed my old blog & recreated myself.

Hope you will continue to visit.
Have a good week-end!

Ladybird World Mother said...

I love your fluffy bunnies! this is what I make my children say when I take a photo... used to say 'fluffy pussies' but got told off. Anyway, fluffy pussies is much more fun to say when you have a mouth full of biscuit. Try it and see!
Love your blog!

Suburbia said...

Thanks for all your kind words.Unfortunatly it's not the weather, it takes more than that to loose my bunnieness. I may be brave enough to write about it sometime, but at the moment I will just have to get on with it!

cheshire wife said...

Have a few days off and I am sure that something will happen that you can write a post about. Look forward to reading your blog next whenever.