JackRabbit: You Do Your Job, I'll Do Mine Snowball fights weren’t really Bunnymund’s thing. Sure, he was getting back into the habit of interacting with the kids he protected, but he preferred to do something a little less destructive. So while Jack was running around and launching projectiles at children’s heads, eh was helping the others build forts and snowmen.More Like This
“Time out, time out!” Jack called, dodging one snowball after another. “Good game, but gimme a second to catch my breath!” He was laughing and panting as he wandered back to Bunny’s side and faceplanted in the snow.
“All right, Jacky?” Bunnymund asked, glancing down at him without much concern. The newest Guardian rolled over in the snow and grinned up at him.
JackRabbit: Just What He Needs Ski resorts are awesome. I had always liked them, ever since I first discovered them. I mean, not only is it a place where people go just to play in the snow, but most of them are even grown-ups! It’s like they can forget about their jobs and their stress and their taxes for a weekend and just have fun riding down a mountain with stick strapped to their feet like reckless kids. It’s great!More Like This
While I was visiting one of the biggest ones in Colorado, giving them a little snow as an early Christmas present, I accidentally bumped into someone. That was weird for two reasons: 1) Most people couldn’t even see me, much less touch me, and 2) I was about 50 feet off the ground at the time. Was. When we collided, I got knocked off balance and fell down into the snow.
.Transcending Gender?.I've always said, if you love someone, truly love them, you should chase after them and catch their heart in a golden net. After all, what barriers are there that love cannot surpass? The power of two crossed hearts is a tremendous, beautiful force.More Like This
Sadly, once I myself am faced with an unrequited love, I become a hypocrite. My net is made of gossamer, and it is easily broken. How can I win your heart in the race when you never even considered me a participant? I'll chase you forever, always wishing to just reach you once, but I can never catch up. My steps are solid enough, but I'm lost in the shadow of the other contestants.
Please, my dear, seek out the meaning hidden behind my hesitant words. Don't choose your king so soon, princess. Let your stunning eyes fall upon this maid who has always been by your side.
I see the way you look at him, your face alight with warm love. He gazes back, but him I cannot read. I don't know him like I do you. I don't ache for him like I do you. He is