Archive for June, 2011

A non-bfb post about friends of the past

Posted by Vicki on June 24th, 2011 under Uncategorized
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My son, Max, recently moved to Manhattan and has been working at Birch-Wathen-Lenox, a private school on the Upper East Side, as a lab assistant in the science program. My brother, Curtis, happens to be the upper school head there, but that’s just a coincidence. Anyhow, Max and Curtis, who are like two peas in […]

What’s Cookin’, Good Lookin’?

Posted by Vicki on June 24th, 2011 under Big FAT Bunnies, Bunnies, creations, Healthy eating
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As alluded to in a previous post, implementation of knowledge is the missing link to a healthful lifestyle, a link which creates what might seem to the bfb an unhoppable chasm between what the bfb is and what the bfb wants. I am talking about eating and I am talking about physical activity. No one […]

The Ears Have It

Posted by Vicki on June 21st, 2011 under Uncategorized
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The title of this post may not have that much to do with the content, except for the picture of the two bfb’s and their ears. It is really true that the ears of the relaxed, comfortable bunny lie flat, snuggled against the fur on her back, and that the ears of the bunny in […]

Daydreaming; about bananas and about not being pissed off

Posted by Vicki on June 17th, 2011 under Uncategorized
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In the past few days, while in Boston, I have had a challenge. I’m a little annoyed that I brought my computer from home because I cannot use it at this hotel owing to firewalls, so have been forced to post blogs by using my tiny touchscreen keyboard on my iPhone. And thank God for […]

the 4-Webrooed BF Bunny-Potato

Posted by Vicki on June 16th, 2011 under Uncategorized
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The BF Bunny-Potato, whatever number of webroos she happens to have, is bound to get more if she does not emerge from her artificially imposed perennial hibernation. The domesticated bunny is doomed to the vicious cycle of webroo gain, which becomes an obstacle to mobility, which causes fatigue and reluctance to move, which leads to […]

The Strouted Bfb

Posted by Vicki on June 15th, 2011 under Uncategorized
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“Strouting” is a favorite nonactivity of the Bfb. The usually skittish or irritable, ever alert and sometimes grunting and some might even say (I know I do!) vicious Bfbau for unknown reasons simply decides to relax. And when a Bfb gets her heart set on something, she makes it happen. Unfortch, the Bfb’s heart is […]

The Hop-O-Meter Demo

Posted by Vicki on June 14th, 2011 under Big FAT Bunnies, Bunnies
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Above, you will see a bfb modeling a hop-o-meter. This is designed to get the obese bfb moving. In her natural habitat, the bunny hops constantly, adrenaline flowing, and metabolism in overdrive. The bunny must search for food, eat, protect herself and her baby bunnies from predators. If she senses danger, she must move, and […]

BFB Gains A Webroo and Speculates on Crazification

Posted by Vicki on June 12th, 2011 under Big FAT Bunnies, Eating Behavior
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BFB Loses a Webroo

Posted by Vicki on June 8th, 2011 under Big FAT Bunnies
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Trying sketchbook app to improve the visuals here. Unfortch, this turned out quite crude — no typing mechanism so far. Not sure how to put in legible words yet and do freestyle drawing. So I will keep experimenting and trying. Better than using PowerPoint, but still not ideal. Woody downloaded Gimp also, but that seems […]

First BFB and bfb interaction

Posted by Vicki on June 6th, 2011 under Big FAT Bunnies
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Not as huge an image — can double click on the thumbnail and maybe be able to read?