Hoppy Easter Everybody!

Posted: April 20, 2014 in Uncategorized
Here comes Emily Cottontail, hopping down for the 60L sale...

Here comes Emily Cottontail, hopping down for the 60L sale…

WHAT I’M WEARING: Grumble, Grumble’s current 60L sale item for Easter Weekend.  Come down and get one while you can, because it’s nice to have a bunny costume that isn’t a slutty playboy bunny.  (Although it’s nice to have those also, don’t get me wrong…)

This one reminds me of the bunny costume I used for Halloween when I was six and seven.  My mom sewed a big white cotton ball onto the posterior of some pink and white footsie pajamas.  I also had a pink head band with stars on springs coming out of the top, and my mom made little pink and white slipcovers to fit over the stars and turn them into bunny ears.  We used make up to add a pink nose and black whiskers.  Poof!  Instant bunny costume.  I was so happy and so hyper the first year.  Fortunately I didn’t grow much over the next year, because I insisted on using the same costume the next year.  Best costume ever!

Anyhoo, for this slightly grown up version (larger, not necessarily any more mature), here’s my style card:

  • Shape: AladyJessicaAlba from Alady Island.
  • Skin: Doll from *JStyle
  • Hair: Ruby from Tameless Hair. (The hair was the trickiest part of this outfit, because the mesh hood doesn’t leave much room for a puffy or long do…)
  • Outfit: Grumble Bunny Outfit.  Includes pink sneakers (worn) and mouth cookie (not.  I eat cookies, I don’t wear them.)  I added some dangly beaded Earrings, also from Grumble.

WHERE I’M AT:  There is a vendor for the bunny outfit right at the Grumble landing pad, here.

WHAT’S ON MY MIND: Just the wish that you and yours all have a great Easter, that you hopefully experience the salvation and grace of the holiday, and that you hopefully also experience the chocolate and candy of the holiday.

WHAT’S ON MY RADIO: Handel’s Messiah, as covered by Reliant K.  Although this is off their Christmas album (“Let it Snow, Baby, Let it Reindeer.”) I always think of it as an Easter song as that was the season my church choir would always perform the Messiah.  My church choir did a version that was longer than 68 seconds, but hey, everyone is probably in a hurry to get back to their families and their chocolate bunnies…

 

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