Snappy Easter!

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I wiped away a tear this morning when my friend Mark sent me this photo. Believe it or not, it was not because the bunnies are clearly in worse shape than Diva Da’ Bunny ever was after my fox-like attack on her head but because that post inspired him to take it. And here I was feeling something akin to a delightful blend of shame, embarrassment, and hunger at not having updated in almost three weeks. This is the kind of give-and-take scenario that warms my heart and makes me feel at one with my fellow man. If I can inspire just one person …
I realize I have been a bit remiss in updating here. You see, I haven’t left the house after mauling my chocolate bunny (yes, I do realize that could be code for something even more delicious, but I assure you it’s not), out of fear of being attacked by all bunnies, chocolate and otherwise, in a display of solidarity and fierce retribution. Thus, I have nothing worthwhile to contribute, since my homebound activities have included nothing more than watching “The Facts of Life” DVDs, eating stale Triscuits, and step aerobics.
But like this Jesus fellow who’s the center of today’s brouhaha, today marks the day of my resurrection. Stay tuned. I promise my next offering will have nothing to do with either bunnies or chocolate.
(Yes, I realize I completely ignored Passover. Shhh.)

How very fitting that Mark is responsible, in part, for this book!

0 thoughts on “Snappy Easter!

  1. Are you kidding?
    Those geese were obviously Canadian geese, trained by Al Qaida to test a new strategy for bringing terrorism back to our nation.
    And of course it happened off the shores of NYC- all terrorist activities revolve around The Big Apple because it’s a huge market share for media coverage, not to mention Jew headquarters.
    You think Canadian terrorist geese would have bothered with Milwaukee or Tampa?
    Jeeze!

  2. What if it wasn’t the geese that caused the crash at all? What if the engines just blew out on their own, and as the plane plummeted toward the city, a flock of noble Canadian geese hoisted it onto their backs, flew it safely to the river, and laid it as gently as they could on the water before they died of a brave exhaustion. We’ll likely never in our lifetime get ganders of such heroism again.

  3. Thank you, Brad for helping all of us avoid the conclusion that we might have all been so easily galloping off to.
    It is so good when calmer minds prevail … especially during times of stress.

  4. I know, all the news reports referring to the hazards in the air being geese, and I said to Kerry, “I am sure the geese are holding a conference right now about what to do about these air hazards called airplanes!”

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