Category Archives: rabbits
The myth of the rabbit making mochi on the moon is a favorite one in Japan, and seems to be as pervasive as the Easter Rabbit dying eggs story. It shows up in culture as toys, art, cartoons, religious art, … Continue reading
Last Autumn, we attended a little lecture on the Japanese tea ceremony and the Four Seasonal Icons of Japanese autumn culture – “Mangetsu (full moon), Oborozuki (moon obscured by clouds), Susuki (autumn grass), and of course, Usagi (rabbits). We learned why rabbits and autumn grass are paired and … Continue reading
Tilbert is named for Seattle Tilth, a once great organization that used to simply promote urban gardening and stewardship. Unfortunately, its priorities shifted as it decided to “grow its mission”, and now it has joined the hipster bandwagon of promoting … Continue reading
Our “frosted” biscotti are now available at Bunny Bytes. Banana Bunny Biscotti is frosted with a puree of carrot, beet, or parsley in our new flower shape. Our testers seem to prefer this shape as it is easier to grab and … Continue reading
My friend at Bunny Bytes made this quilt for me to give to my brother and his wife for their first born. The quilt loosely tells a story of a little bunny who after a day of playing, makes mochi (rice cakes) … Continue reading
One of our testers, Maddie, was featured on KOMO news yesterday morning. She appeared twice, first live, and then recorded for later viewing. Her publicist refused the request for two live viewings as Maddie had a busy Easter weekend.
Tilbert makes his dash to the downstairs litter box after dinner. His white pigeon-toed run always makes me grin. Tilbert running – Wi-Fi And, yes, the bunnies chewed those chunks into the rubber floor mat.
Violet and Tilbert on the nightstand–aka, the Raisin Altar–a few nights ago. Obviously, they are telling me it is time for me to go to sleep so they can get to their shenanigans.
Try as she might to turn the frown upside down, the smile eluded Violet. She vows to bite the next person who tells her to smile.