Life as Art; The Art of Bunnies: A Whimsical Tale

 
Series: Life as Art | Story 33

March 28, 2024



March, named after Mars, the Roman God of War, carries the vibrant energy of transformation. The expression “Mad as a March Hare,” originating in the 1500s, reflects the excitable behavior of hares, akin yet distinct from rabbits, during this springtime period. Lewis Carroll immortalized the March Hare in “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” (1865), presenting a character brimming with whimsy. Yet, for many, March heralds a season of celebration, a welcome shift to brighter days and vibrant colors in nature.

This month ushers in handful of festivities and changes, including the switch to dayligh...



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