The next few days would normally be when you would expect to see tons of news stories about Easter eggs and adorable bunnies.
Of course, this year, not so much.
Still, despite the somber mood, or maybe because of it, I needed an Easter egg and bunny fix!
Easter eggs are doable at home, and will be, but what about those bunnies?
Thus I decided to go rummaging around YouTube for bunnies.
My quest began with searching for a random cute bunny that I could just watch for a awhile. Instead, I found a 360° video about the Japanese island Okunoshima.
This video from NowThis explains why Okunoshima’s nickname is “Rabbit Island.”
In addition, the site Gateway to Rabbit Island was basically a virtual vacation.
Note, as is usually the case with 360° YouTube videos, it makes sense if you watch it in the regular way, but it’s more fun if you interact with it and look around.
After all of that, I was starting to feel better, but I still didn’t quite feel like I had gotten the “Easter bunny” vibe that I was looking for, yet.
Happily, the next thing that I stumbled upon was exactly the medicine that I needed.
You’ve heard of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter, right?
Well, it turns out that there’s a rendition of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, narrated by none other than Dame Judi Dench, posted on the Beatrix Potter YouTube Channel. Better yet, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny and many others are posted there too.
Now that’s the kind of bunny fix that I needed.
Now that ought to do it — and I hope you think so too =:-)
Have a safe, healthy week/end!
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