We’ve woken up in heaven. Last year I wandered around this glorious green gathering and I said to myself no matter what, I will be here next year, working and living out a van. And I’ve done it. I still don’t quite believe I’ve done it or that it’s real...but it is. I find myself struggling to be proud of where I am. Trying to find the happy parts of me that are presently here. I didn’t even know this was a dream of mine until it became real. It is real. I’m living a tiny dream of mine...that I don’t quite understand. Whilst I feel at home and at peace there are still parts of me screaming what are you doing, what even is this, why are you here? What’s the point? I’m fighting all the fears that keep appearing, I’m finding myself out of place and alone, despite being surrounded by those I can connect with. I know I’m holding myself back. I’m not used to this self accomplishment. My whole life has never been good enough, satisfactory or content. I was always searching for something. Now I’m here and I’ve found it thought I’m not sure how to deal with it. It is new, exciting, scary, delightful and intimidating. But it’s happening, somehow. And I’m trying to congratulate myself for getting here. But it’s so hard. Still we’ve woken up in heaven and it’s awesome. So happy I have this squish with me 💚✌🏼 #wokeupinparadise#agirlandherbunny#vanadventure#comfortzone#selfconfidence#emotionallyunstablepersonalitydisorder#unsure#mentalhealth#selflove#bunnylove#bunnycuddles
Hi!! I’m Petunia, a 4 week old grey Lionhead bunny, and this is my person. Her name is Lily Mae and she rescued me at 4 weeks old. It was love at first sight, and we’ve been quite literally attached ever since. Together we have big plans and even bigger dreams starting with matching flower crowns!!