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My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic season 5 episode 9
'Slice Of Life' is probably one of the best episodes next to
'Twilight's Kingdom'. Just watch it :D

Derpy (whose name was changed to Muffins for merchandizing)     and Dr. Hooves
Vinyl Scratch-Octavia
Lyra and Bon Bon (Sweetie Drops)

All were so much fun!
Bonkers 12.5

Just a few daily snippets in the lives of our beloved duo Bonkers and Miranda.

Enjoy

Saturday morning
 
Garage sale


Miranda and Bonkers dug through some boxes trying to clean out some old stuff and start condensing. Miranda knelt by a box and pulled out a blue stuffed bear with one button eye.

“Aw Bonkers. Is this yours? He’s so cute.”

Bonkers blushed slightly. His mother had given him a box of his old things and he had almost forgotten about his old bear. He took it and stared at it. “Yeah. I remember when Momma gave him to me. Soon after they took me home. I was scared in that big room, but Momma assured me everything would be alright.”

Miranda smiled. “I can fix him up for you. He definitely stays.”

Bonkers found a football uniform. “I didn’t know you had a brother.”

Miranda was now blushing. “No, that’s mine. I played in junior high school. I told you I wasn’t a girly girl.”

Bonkers smiled. “Aw Sweetheart, I wouldn’t have it any other way.” He leaned in and kissed her.

Miranda stood up and went through a larger box. Just then her eyes widened and she smiled. Bonkers looked at her as she turned around, a large red hammer in her hands.

“My Hammer! I thought that was gone.” Bonkers stood up quickly.

“Yeah, me too. This is some prop.” Miranda said.

Bonkers remembered his days at Wacky Toons. “Yeah, but I guess I don’t need it anymore, it can go.” Bonkers went to take it from her but Miranda smiled. Bonkers stared at her.

Miranda held the hammer by its handle, testing its weight. “I don’t know, maybe there could be a use for it.” Miranda smiled, a grin spreading across her face and Bonkers eyes widened.

“Miranda, wait. Come on, no.” Bonkers ran off back into the living room. Miranda laughed as she chased him around the coffee table with the large red hammer. “Hey come on, be careful with that thing.”

And the laughter continued as Miranda and Bonkers played together, not getting much work done.


----

Tuesday Night

Baking

The apartment smelled wonderful as Miranda walked in. “Bonkers, Honey are you baking again?”

Miranda looked in the kitchen and saw her toon bobcat husband bopping away, swinging his tail to the sprightly music on the radio.

Miranda smiled. Bonkers was always so cute when he was lost in his baking. He swung his narrow hips, and swayed his striped tail to the music. After a long day, she loved coming home to her beloved Bonkers.

“Honey?” Bonkers didn’t hear Miranda over the loud music. “Bonkers?”
Still no answer, his back was to her. “Robert Daniel!”

Bonkers jumped and turned, he glanced about, and saw Miranda standing there with a smile. “That got your attention.”  

“Miranda!” He lowered the music on the radio. “Sorry Sweetheart, I guess I was caught in my baking.”

Miranda came and slid her arms around his waist. “Funny how I called three times and you finally heard the last call.” she smiled.

Bonkers blushed a bit. “It’s kinda strange hearing that name. Last I heard some one yell my name like that was when I crashed my Father’s car into the barn.”

“Aw, drivers ed?” she asked.

“Not really. I was twelve. And my Dad was furious for a week.” Bonkers kissed her on the cheek then took the baking pan and put it in the oven.

“You tried to drive your father’s car and ended up in the barn?” Miranda found it funny.

“Momma didn’t think it was funny. I almost hit a cow. After that I put off driving until shortly before I met Lucky. No wonder why he never trusted me behind the wheel.”

“What’s the cake for?” Miranda asked as she took off her sneakers.

“Nothing really. I just felt like making one.” Bonkers answered.

Miranda leaned against the counter as she watched him cut some strawberries into slices. “All that cake, you’re going to get sick.”

“Aw Sweetheart, I’m only sick when I don’t see you.” He said with a smile before he kissed her. Miranda loved this part of coming home, coming home to a loving husband.

Miranda broke the kiss, smiling as she slowly inched her way out of the kitchen. She smiled at him and he stared after her. His tail swaying from side to side. The cake would burn, but he could always make another one.

----

Thursday Morning

The Bug

“AAAAAhhhhh!”

Miranda shot up in bed and fell to the floor. She sat up, her pale blonde hair standing on end. She jumped up, grabbed her robe and ran out of the bedroom. She slid to a stop at the entry way of the kitchen.

“Bonkers! What is it!”

She saw Bonkers standing on a chair in his sweatpants staring wide eyed at the corner of the kitchen. She tossed her arms around him. “Honey what is it?”

“A Bug!” Bonkers shouted.

Miranda was annoyed. She put her hands on her hips. “Seriously Bonkers. A bug, that’s what you’re screaming about. You almost gave me a heart attack. We arrested a bug before.”

“This isn’t a Toon bug Miranda, I doubt this thing has legal rights.” Bonkers said shaking.”

“Oh for crying out loud. I can’t believe you’re afraid of a--” she started and then it crawled out from under the sink. Miranda jumped and hung onto Bonkers for dear life. The long slender creature with hundreds of legs was not cute in the slightest. “Holy cow, Bonkers do something!” she pushed him.

“Me?”

“You’re the husband.”

Bonkers hid behind her. “You’re the wife.”

Bonkers felt a eerie chill go up his spine. “I thought you were raised on a ranch. Didn’t you see bugs like that all the time?”

“No! Ants, fireflies, beetles, the occasional rodent, but not a millipede. What about you, farm boy.”

“Same here. Bugs usually stayed where we couldn’t see them, in the fields.” Bonkers and Miranda clung to each other. “What are we going to do?”

Miranda knew they had to get ready for work, but she wasn’t going to step foot out of her apartment until the bug was gone. “The storm the other day must have caused it to wander in.”

Bonkers took a deep breath. She was right. He was the husband and had to do something. He had to take care of this. He cautiously stepped off the chair and as slowly and quietly as he could inched his way to the Tupperware drawer. “If I can caught it, I’ll toss it outside and it will be over.”

“Bonkers you’re not using a Tupperware bowl to catch it.” Miranda said sternly.

“Do you want this thing to set up camp?”

Miranda shrugged her shoulders. “Fine.”

Bonkers grabbed a bowl and slowly inched his way towards the bug, his skin crawling. He slowly leaned over but suddenly the bug started walking and walked right up his leg.

The Toon bobcat screamed to high heaven. His tail straight as an arrow, his fur all bristly. “Get it off me!” He shouted and jumped.

Miranda danced around him trying her best to help while trying not to get creeped out herself. “Honey, stay still maybe I can-” Then she caught the bug in the bowl and she slammed it shut. She tossed the shut bowl in the trash and Bonkers stood there white as a sheet. Miranda looked at him, she felt sorry for him. She leaned against him. “Aw Honey, it’s okay. The bug is gone.”

Bonkers stood there. He shook himself out like a cat. “That was awful.”

“Aw Honey, tell me about it. Let’s get ready for work. I’ll call an exterminator tomorrow just in case.”

Bonkers stared at the floor. “Good idea.” he walked towards the bathroom. He slid his arm around Miranda’s waist. “My Wife, the hero.”

Miranda laughed as they walked into the bathroom.

The bathroom door opened and Miranda rushed out, grabbed the garbage bag and tossed it out window into a trash bin below. She shuddered, then went back and readied herself for work.

----

Sunday, mid morning

The Day Of Rest

A warm Sunday morning was a welcome sight. After a long work week, all Miranda could think about was rest. She needed a break, from everything. Work, house work, relatives calling, and she hated to admit it; she even wanted a little break from Bonkers. She loved her husband with all her heart, but the last week had been rather frazzling and she just wanted to enjoy a peaceful day.

She started off with a long hot bubble bath. She may not have been a frills and lace girl but she wasn’t above a warm scented bubble bath.  “Hey Sweetheart, you in there?” She heard Bonkers at the door. She shrugged her shoulders. “What’s taking you so long?” She stared annoyed at the door. Bonkers knew she would be in here for a while, she told him. “Do you want tea or coffee?” She heard him ask.

“Nothing Honey, I’m fine. I’ll be out later.” she called back.

But it seemed every few minutes Bonkers was at the door asking her something. She dove her head under the water.

Later, Miranda sat with her feet up, reading a magazine. Suddenly Charlie came running by nearly knocking over the coffee table, soapy suds all over the place. Bonkers came running after him. “Sorry Sweetheart, I was just trying to bath Charlie for you, but he got away from me.”

Miranda puffed air through her bangs.

Even later, Miranda stood admiring her newly cleaned closet. She didn’t want to work today, but it felt great seeing all her clothes and shoes nice and neat and organized.

She saw Bonkers walk into the room. “Hey Sweetheart. Don’t mind me, I just have to put this box away.”

Bonkers stood on a step stool and pushed the box in place but suddenly he lost his footing and crashed right into Miranda’s side of the closet causing all her clothes and shoes to fall on the floor in a heaping mess. Bonkers poked his head up. “Miranda, Sweetheart, I’m so so sorry. I’ll help you put everything back.”

Miranda glared at him and the bobcat knew it was better to leave her alone.

With her closet back to normal, and dinner over and done, a quick order out for pizza, it was finally time for bed. Miranda sunk into her pillows, her body finally starting to relax as she let herself melt into her bed. She closed her eyes but then she heard Bonkers lean close to her.

“Sweetheart.” he whispered.

“Oh now what!” She turned on the bedside lamp. She sat up staring at Bonkers. “Bonkers, Honey I love you but it’s been a long week and all I wanted today was some time to relax and I’m sorry but you have been a pain in my neck all day.” She saw him staring at her. She felt bad. “Honey, I’m sorry. But I do need some time to relax.” She kissed him on the cheek, turned out the lamp, then turned on her side. “What were you going to ask me?” she asked with a yawn.

Bonkers stared at her, realizing it had been a long week. “I just wanted to say I love you.”

Miranda opened her eyes and turned to look at her husband beside her. She saw his sweet face, his blue eyes shining, her heart melted and she put her arms around him and they hugged. “I love you too.” she replied lovingly.

Bonkers lavender toon slippers sat quietly under the bed.

“Bonkers.” she laughed. “I guess I can take a personal day tomorrow.”


The End
Bonkers 12

Old Friends


The sun kissed beaches and warm breezes of Honolulu felt wonderful as Jitters swung peacefully back and fourth in his hammock, one hand behind his head, and a cool margarita in the other. The Toon dog smiled, his eyes shielded from the sun by his large sunglasses. It had been many years since he had a truly relaxing vacation.

His Toon life wasn’t exactly the picture of perfection. His days at Wacky Toons weren’t that great, for most of the studios attention was on its star, and Jitters was often the butt of many jokes. When Wacky Toons went bankrupt, he like many other toons had to find a regular job. Being a Toon without a film career was not easy. But through hard work and the sheer will to survive, Jitters was able to make it through. And now he decided he deserved a vacation.

“Do you need anything else Sir?” came a female voice.

Jitters tilted his sunglasses down to see a young female human standing there in a traditional Hawaiian outfit. “I’m fine thanks.”

Jitters breathed out as he lay there, the warm breeze blowing past his fuzzy ears. “I love it here. Life is so much better as long as I’m away from Bonkers.”

****

“Hey Miranda! Have you seen my good luck tie? I can’t find it anywhere.”

Bonkers dug through a pile of dirty laundry, his black and orange striped tail swaying from side to side.

Miranda came out of the kitchen holding a cup of coffee, a yawn escaping her. “Your good luck tie? I didn’t know you had one.”

Bonkers stood up, and looked at Miranda. “It’s one of the things Lucky gave me when we started working together. Since then I wore it to ever important event after.”

Miranda couldn’t help the large smile that spread across her face. “heh heh.”

Bonkers stared at her. “What’s so funny?” Bonkers looked up so realize he had one of Miranda’s bras on his head. He grabbed it quickly and dropped it back in the pile of laundry. “Miranda, I’ve been going to this bowling tournament for thee months, today is the final game. And my father really wants us to win.”

Miranda kissed him on the cheek. “I know.” She went back into the kitchen after her coffee was done. “And I know you will. Your Mom talks about it all the time every time she calls. Among other things.”

Bonkers leaned on the island between the kitchen and dinning area. “Other things?” he repeated.

Miranda began washing the breakfast dishes. “Never mind. You guys go and have a great time. I’m going to hang out here and do some cleaning.”

Bonkers knew something was off lately, but he decided to let it go for now and went into the room to get dressed.

****

The warm sun and gentle breezes were like a dream as Jitters strolled the streets of down town Honolulu. He small restaurants and shops were so traditional to the island culture it was astounding. He saw many humans walking back and fourth and to his amazement he spotted the one toon that everybody came to love in 2002.

He saw him and stared wide eyed. Jitters usually didn’t go all gaga over fellow toons, but this Toon was pretty famous. Jitters grabbed a small note book from his bag.

“Um, excuse me. I have to say loved your work.” Jitters said nervously.

The blue toon looked at him over dark sunglasses. He extended his clawed hand and Jitters was ecstatic at receiving a handshake from one of the cutest, funniest and strongest toons ever.

“Heh, nice to meet you.” the blue toon said and Jitters almost fell over.

Later, Jitters walked along with the toons autograph and a big smile. The toon dog walked along and was so distracted by his recent encounter that he didn’t realize his next encounter was soon to occur. He crashed into someone and rubbed his head.

When he opened his eyes he saw a furry tan female toon dog sitting there on the ground trying to get her bag. Jitters was surprised to see other toons here, other then movie star toons.

“Oh my. I’m so sorry. I should have watched where I was going.” Jitters offered his hand out to her, and his heart fluttered when he saw her shaggy fur on her head fall over half her lovely face. The female toon graciously excepted and she stood to her feet. Her small brown nose set just below two large green eyes.

She smiled. “It’s alright. Thank You.”

Jitters stared at her. She was not just beautiful, but he kept thinking he has seen her before someplace.  Then he smiled. “Please, let me get you some lunch, it’s the least I could do.”

The female toon smiled a little shyly. “Oh no, It’s fine really.”

“Oh it’s okay. There’s a nice place not far from here.” Jitters said bravely.

And off they went. Jitters didn’t know what came over him. He was usually a shy timid dog and now he was whisking a girl off to lunch, a girl he didn’t even know. But it didn’t seem to bother him.

****

Angela stood there staring as she saw Miranda standing there making short work of the gym punching bag. Miranda let out one last hard kick and the bag went swinging. Angela was more than impressed.

“Have a lot of pent up anger do we?” Angela asked with a smile, but her humor was met with an angry glare. Angela put her hands up. “Kidding, hehe heh.” She saw Miranda breath out and wipe herself off with her towel. Angela gave her a bottle of water. “Aw partner, things will get better. Try not to think about it so much.”

“Easier said then done. Last week Bonkers mother started skirting around  it and even my own father started buzzing around the issue. With all of that, it’s hard not to worry.”

Angela was surprised. “I don’t see what’s the big rush? But then again I’m not a married woman, just dating.”

Miranda looked at the younger woman beside her. “How are things going with you and Andrew? I never thought you’d go for a kid like him.” Miranda smiled finally.

Angela shrugged her shoulders with a smile. “Me either. But he’s sweet and kind, silly but always does his best. He’s a good person.”

“Sounds a lot like Bonkers.” Miranda commented, and the two woman looked at one another smiling.

****

Jitters and Carmen walked around touring the island. “I have to say Jitters, I never would have guessed you were a supporting actor. We tend to get the least amount to publicity.”

“We?” Jitters asked.

“I’m was an actor too. I was in ‘Lady And The Tramp’.” Carmen ran a paw through her hair. “No one really noticed me as an actor, but they sure loved my singing.”

Jitters stopped. “Wait. You’re the one who was singing in the pound scene? I loved that scene.”

Carmen smiled. Jitters couldn’t believe first he got a Disney toons autograph, now he was spending time with a Disney toon singer. Then he remembered what she said. He knew what it was like to be the supporting actor, not getting too much respect.

He took her paws in his. “Carmen, I have to say, I had a great time with you today. Can we meet tomorrow.”

Carmen smiled then kissed him on the cheek. “I’d love to.”

****

Bonkers walked in the door that night at 9:00pm. He was a tired after driving his father home after the bowling tournament. It was Saterday night and all he could think about was getting some sleep. “Miranda are you home?” The tall toon looked around. “The apartment was barely any different then when he left this morning. “I thought she was going to do some cleaning.” He said then started picking up the clothes and dumping out the trash. The kitchen was in good shape he was glad and the bathroom was good. Then saw a note on the dinning room table.

Bonkers Honey,

I went to the gym then to a movie. I’ll be home around 10:00pm.

                                                                            Love, Miranda


Bonkers blinked. He knew she needed it. Something was bothering her and he was starting to know what it was. But all they could do was be patient and have a little faith. Hr continued fixing things up as he hummed to himself.

At 10:07 pm Miranda walked in the door hoisting her gym bag over her shoulder. She shut the door behind her and dropped the bag on the floor feeling tired but a lot better then earlier. “Bonkers. I’m home.”  She walked into the living room and saw Bonkers asleep on the sofa, one foot on the floor, one foot one the sofa, a book opened laying against his chest. She smiled. He was so sweet when he slept. She knew they both needed rest. She leaned over and kissed him on the nose, lingering there a moment then sat in front of him.

Bonkers eyes fluttered opened. “You’re home.”

Miranda smiled pleasantly at him. Yes.  And thanks for cleaning up. How did the tournament go?"

Bonkers sat up. His fuzzy ears perked. “We got second place. My dad was a little disappointed but he'll be okay."

"I'm sorry I've been such a grouch lately." she said kindly.

Bonkers smiled, his ears perked. "Aw Miranda it’s alright. I kinda feel that way too. But I know we can’t give up.” He said assertively. “In the mean time, how would you like to go to a wedding?”

Miranda was surprised. “Wedding? Whose wedding?”

“Why the wedding of one of my closet toon friends. I can’t believe after all these years one of my best buddies is getting married next week, and wants me to be his best Toon.”

Bonkers showed her the invitation that was tucked in the pages of the book.

Miranda’s eyes widened. “Jitters the Dog. Wow, Jitters is getting married?”

Bonkers smiled. “I guess when cupids arrow strikes, there’s no escaping it.”

Miranda smiled. “Sounds like fun. Hope I can find a dress.”

Bonkers smiled from ear to ear and Miranda stared at him. “You can always wear that blue one you have, you sure looked amazing in it.” he told her and Miranda smiled as she stood up and the two of them ran out of the living room, the days worries out of their minds.

****

A week later, Miranda and Bonkers smiled as Jitters and Carmen shared their first kiss as husband and wife and Jitters was the happiest dog in the world. The hall of the hotel was filled with dozens of white flowers and Carmen was the picture of loveliness in a simple white gown and flowers tucked in her hair.

Bonkers was surprised when Jitters came over and offered his hand with a smile. Bonkers knew the relationship between them wasn’t always the best.

“Bonkers, Thank You for your help with the wedding. Carmen and I are truly grateful.” Jitters saw Bonkers shuffling his feet. “Bonkers, I know we never really saw eye to eye over the years and I sort of let that twist my view you. I have to say I’m sorry. You truly are a good friend and I do thank you for everything you do to be a friend.”

Bonkers eyes shimmered. “Aw Jitters, you really do like me.” he said hugging the toon dog.

“Okay, okay. don’t wrinkle my suit.” Jitters said then smiled at him.

The two toons stood there. Bonkers knew he and Jitters would be good friends.

And the best part of all: Jitters no longer hated his life.


The End
Bonkers 11

Stork Delivery

The sun shined bright, casting a warm golden glow over Hollywood. Trucks zoomed down the highway, the smoke drifting through the air. A large white toon stork glided over head, glancing down at the traffic, a bundle wrapped in a blanket hung from his beak. The large white stork couldn’t help but feel amazed by all the cars and new buildings.

“My goodness. This city sure has changed since the last time I was here.” He said, then he realized he dropped the bundle and zoomed down quickly to catch it. “Whoa. There now little one, you’re safe.” He landed on a building ledge to catch his breath. He wiped his brow then took out a piece of paper from his leather satchel. “Now let’s see. According to this, you’re new home is just over this way.” He said holding the bundle with one wing and the piece of paper in the other. He glanced at the city scene. “Ah, the ritzy part of town. I think I might envy you kid.”

****

“Miranda.” Bonkers knocked on the bathroom door. “You’ve been in there for a while. I’m going to be late for work.”

“What else is new.” Miranda breathed out. “I’m sorry Honey, I’ll be out in a minute.”

The tall toon bobcat stood there. The last few days he felt a change in the atmosphere. He noticed Miranda was a bit jumpy, quick to annoy and often tired. But then again, working in law enforcement was a hard job, even he would come home and find himself snoozing even before the ten o’clock news.

A few minutes went by and Bonkers was tapping his foot on the titled floor. The bathroom door opened and he jumped. He smiled at Miranda but when he saw the solemn look on her face, the smiled faded.

“Miranda, Sweetheart what’s wrong?” he asked taking her hand as she went past him. Bonkers was concerned now. He gave her hand a gentle tug. “Sweetheart?”

Miranda closed her eyes a moment, running a hand through her pale blonde hair. She breathed out, a tear escaping her eye. Bonkers was worried.

He put a hand to her cheek. “Miranda, are you alright?”

Miranda saw his concerned look and wiped the tear away. She Knew Bonkers was a wonderful person, a loving husband. “I’m fine. I have to get ready.” She went to the room to get dressed.

Bonkers stared at the door.

****

Across town, a frying pan went flying across the kitchen and a white toon rabbit ducked just before it struck him in the head.

Roger grabbed a cutting board and held it up to block an apple that was aimed at his face. “Now Jessica, peaches, don’t you think you’re over reacting.”

The tall and slender attractive female human-like toon put her hands on her hips, staring at her long eared, floppy foot husband.

“Over reacting!” Jessica slammed a pot down in the kitchen sink. “I woke up early to make my Honey Bunny a wonderful breakfast and what do I get?”

Roger inched his way to the kitchen doorway, but he tripped over the hem of his long red overalls. “Jessica, I’m sorry, really I am. I couldn’t be late for that photo shoot.”

Jessica flipped her long red hair over her shoulder as she glared at him.

“You’re the star of the movie, a few minutes late wouldn’t have made a difference.” She growled and the rabbit was genuinely scared.

Then she stood up, putting her hands to her face. “Oh Honey, all I wanted was to have a nice relaxing breakfast with my husband. But you’re always rushing off to a movie set.”

The toon rabbit felt bad. He had the most beautiful wife in the world and he made her upset. “Oh, Love Muffin, I’m sorry.” Roger wrapped his arms around her tiny waist. “I promise from now on, you come first.”

“Oh Honey Bunny.” Jessica smiled then leaned in and kissed her husband.

****

Miranda sat at her desk at work. She hated when there were slow nights. She enjoyed running around. With the way she felt, she could use the distraction.

“Hey, you alright?” Miranda turned to see her partner walking towards her desk. “You’ve been quiet all night.”

“Just a little sad that’s all. I’ll be fine.” Miranda told her. “I guess it’s just not meant to be.”

Angela looked at her. “Not meant to be?” After a few moments, Angela’s eyes widened. “Oh, you mean--”

Miranda breathed out shuffling some papers.

Angela felt bad for her. “Hey, maybe it’s just not time yet. I’m sure it will happen someday.”

Miranda could feel her hope fading day by day. She glanced at her younger partner, then continued her work.

****

Jessica rabbit walked out of the room in her long pink robe, that slung off one pale shoulder. She stretched a little then went to pour some water into a cup. She went back to her room and smiled as she saw her husband snoozing away, his furry face in the pillow. “My Honey Bunny is so cute when he sleeps.”

Suddenly Jessica caught sight of something that flew past her kitchen window. She gasped and ran to the window as fast her long slender legs could go, her bare feet barely making a sound on the floor.

“I don’t believe it.” She said her eyes wide.

A few minutes later there was a knock at their front door.

Jessica’s heart beat fast in her chest. She was so nervous. “Roger!”

Jessica ran into the room and grabbed her sleeping husband. The white rabbit’s eyes fluttered open. “What. What is it?”

“He’s here! The stork has come. He’s here for us!”

Jessica ran to the door and opened it, a nervous smile on her face.

“Mr. And Mrs. Roger Rabbit?” the tall stork asked.

Jessica’s heart beat hard in her chest. She had waited years for this moment.
Roger came up beside her and slid an arm around her waist.

“You have a delivery. Congratulations.”

Jessica held out her arms and accepted the warm bundle. Roger saw the tears that slid down her cheeks.

Jessica carefully pulled the cover away to reveal the baby’s face. Her eyes shimmered as a sweet tan colored baby rabbit peered up at her wide eyed.

Jessica was so happy. “Oh Honey Bunny, it’s a boy.”

Roger tickled the baby’s nose. “He’s got my nose, and your eyes.”

“Seven pounds ten ounces. Not bad.” The stork said. The stork tipped his cap at them. “Congratulations again. I’ve got to hurry. This business gets pretty busy. Especially around Spring time.”

Roger and Jessica waved as the stork flew off.

Roger and Jessica hugged then smiled at their new bundle of joy they had waited so long for. After ten years of marriage, Roger and Jessica Rabbit were finally parents. They had a family.

Jessica cuddled the baby close to her chest. “Come on little one. Time to show you around your new home.”

****

The next evening, Bonkers came out of the bathroom drying his honey blonde hair with a towel. He always felt comfortable after a relaxing shower. He saw Miranda sitting on the sofa her legs tucked beneath her. She sat in her comfy purple pajamas staring at a magazine. She breathed out a sad sigh and Bonkers saw her.

He hated to see her upset. “Miranda, if I did something to upset you, I’m really sorry.” He sat down next to her. “I know I remembered to put the toilet seat down this time.”

Miranda managed to crack a smile at that despite her sadness. Bonkers was such a sweet guy. That’s why she loved him so much. His sweet innocence at times.

She put a hand on his leg. “No. It‘s not that.”

Bonkers glanced down at the magazine that lay in Mirandas lap. “Hey, the Hollywood Chronicle. I thought you never read this magazine.” then he spotted the headline that splashed across the two page layout.

‘Famous actor Toon Roger Rabbit and his wife have a new bundle of joy.’

Bonkers stared wide eyed. “Wow. I never thought  I’d see the day. Roger and Jessica must be so happy.” He saw Miranda’s face and stopped.

She fell into his arms and the tears started. “Oh Bonkers. I really thought it would happen. Yesterday morning, I really thought we were having a baby.” Bonkers held her, he couldn’t believe what he was hearing. The possibility of them having a baby. He didn’t think it was possible.

He hated to see her upset. He knew they loved their jobs, their families, they had friends. But to have their own child would be the greatest thing in the world. He figured they had agreed it wouldn’t work but it seems there could be a possibility someday.

Miranda wiped her tears. “I know we understood it was most likely never to happen. But the last few days, I really thought it could. I know we should just be happy being married but--”

Bonkers felt bad. He didn’t want to see Miranda in any pain. He squared his shoulders and held her chin to look at him. “If we are meant to have a family of our own, then we will. Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”

Miranda stared at the toon bobcat next to her. She never saw Bonkers so honest and determined. He has definitely grown up these last few years.

She smiled, putting a hand to his cheek fur. “I love you.”

Bonkers ran a gentle hand through her pale blonde hair. “And I love you.”

The two of them hugged, the moon high in the night sky. The toon bobcat and the human woman lost in each others arms.

The End
 
I went to go see Jurassic World on Friday afternoon. I got the last ticket before sell out. It was Great. I don't listen to critics because they don't know anything. I do and I loved it. I won't say anything just go see it if you like the Jurassic Park story.1993 I first saw it and 22 years later and it's still so much fun. I was there like a total geek in my Jurassic Park Tee shirt, haha.
Bonkers 12.5

Just a few daily snippets in the lives of our beloved duo Bonkers and Miranda.

Enjoy

Saturday morning
 
Garage sale


Miranda and Bonkers dug through some boxes trying to clean out some old stuff and start condensing. Miranda knelt by a box and pulled out a blue stuffed bear with one button eye.

“Aw Bonkers. Is this yours? He’s so cute.”

Bonkers blushed slightly. His mother had given him a box of his old things and he had almost forgotten about his old bear. He took it and stared at it. “Yeah. I remember when Momma gave him to me. Soon after they took me home. I was scared in that big room, but Momma assured me everything would be alright.”

Miranda smiled. “I can fix him up for you. He definitely stays.”

Bonkers found a football uniform. “I didn’t know you had a brother.”

Miranda was now blushing. “No, that’s mine. I played in junior high school. I told you I wasn’t a girly girl.”

Bonkers smiled. “Aw Sweetheart, I wouldn’t have it any other way.” He leaned in and kissed her.

Miranda stood up and went through a larger box. Just then her eyes widened and she smiled. Bonkers looked at her as she turned around, a large red hammer in her hands.

“My Hammer! I thought that was gone.” Bonkers stood up quickly.

“Yeah, me too. This is some prop.” Miranda said.

Bonkers remembered his days at Wacky Toons. “Yeah, but I guess I don’t need it anymore, it can go.” Bonkers went to take it from her but Miranda smiled. Bonkers stared at her.

Miranda held the hammer by its handle, testing its weight. “I don’t know, maybe there could be a use for it.” Miranda smiled, a grin spreading across her face and Bonkers eyes widened.

“Miranda, wait. Come on, no.” Bonkers ran off back into the living room. Miranda laughed as she chased him around the coffee table with the large red hammer. “Hey come on, be careful with that thing.”

And the laughter continued as Miranda and Bonkers played together, not getting much work done.


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Tuesday Night

Baking

The apartment smelled wonderful as Miranda walked in. “Bonkers, Honey are you baking again?”

Miranda looked in the kitchen and saw her toon bobcat husband bopping away, swinging his tail to the sprightly music on the radio.

Miranda smiled. Bonkers was always so cute when he was lost in his baking. He swung his narrow hips, and swayed his striped tail to the music. After a long day, she loved coming home to her beloved Bonkers.

“Honey?” Bonkers didn’t hear Miranda over the loud music. “Bonkers?”
Still no answer, his back was to her. “Robert Daniel!”

Bonkers jumped and turned, he glanced about, and saw Miranda standing there with a smile. “That got your attention.”  

“Miranda!” He lowered the music on the radio. “Sorry Sweetheart, I guess I was caught in my baking.”

Miranda came and slid her arms around his waist. “Funny how I called three times and you finally heard the last call.” she smiled.

Bonkers blushed a bit. “It’s kinda strange hearing that name. Last I heard some one yell my name like that was when I crashed my Father’s car into the barn.”

“Aw, drivers ed?” she asked.

“Not really. I was twelve. And my Dad was furious for a week.” Bonkers kissed her on the cheek then took the baking pan and put it in the oven.

“You tried to drive your father’s car and ended up in the barn?” Miranda found it funny.

“Momma didn’t think it was funny. I almost hit a cow. After that I put off driving until shortly before I met Lucky. No wonder why he never trusted me behind the wheel.”

“What’s the cake for?” Miranda asked as she took off her sneakers.

“Nothing really. I just felt like making one.” Bonkers answered.

Miranda leaned against the counter as she watched him cut some strawberries into slices. “All that cake, you’re going to get sick.”

“Aw Sweetheart, I’m only sick when I don’t see you.” He said with a smile before he kissed her. Miranda loved this part of coming home, coming home to a loving husband.

Miranda broke the kiss, smiling as she slowly inched her way out of the kitchen. She smiled at him and he stared after her. His tail swaying from side to side. The cake would burn, but he could always make another one.

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Thursday Morning

The Bug

“AAAAAhhhhh!”

Miranda shot up in bed and fell to the floor. She sat up, her pale blonde hair standing on end. She jumped up, grabbed her robe and ran out of the bedroom. She slid to a stop at the entry way of the kitchen.

“Bonkers! What is it!”

She saw Bonkers standing on a chair in his sweatpants staring wide eyed at the corner of the kitchen. She tossed her arms around him. “Honey what is it?”

“A Bug!” Bonkers shouted.

Miranda was annoyed. She put her hands on her hips. “Seriously Bonkers. A bug, that’s what you’re screaming about. You almost gave me a heart attack. We arrested a bug before.”

“This isn’t a Toon bug Miranda, I doubt this thing has legal rights.” Bonkers said shaking.”

“Oh for crying out loud. I can’t believe you’re afraid of a--” she started and then it crawled out from under the sink. Miranda jumped and hung onto Bonkers for dear life. The long slender creature with hundreds of legs was not cute in the slightest. “Holy cow, Bonkers do something!” she pushed him.

“Me?”

“You’re the husband.”

Bonkers hid behind her. “You’re the wife.”

Bonkers felt a eerie chill go up his spine. “I thought you were raised on a ranch. Didn’t you see bugs like that all the time?”

“No! Ants, fireflies, beetles, the occasional rodent, but not a millipede. What about you, farm boy.”

“Same here. Bugs usually stayed where we couldn’t see them, in the fields.” Bonkers and Miranda clung to each other. “What are we going to do?”

Miranda knew they had to get ready for work, but she wasn’t going to step foot out of her apartment until the bug was gone. “The storm the other day must have caused it to wander in.”

Bonkers took a deep breath. She was right. He was the husband and had to do something. He had to take care of this. He cautiously stepped off the chair and as slowly and quietly as he could inched his way to the Tupperware drawer. “If I can caught it, I’ll toss it outside and it will be over.”

“Bonkers you’re not using a Tupperware bowl to catch it.” Miranda said sternly.

“Do you want this thing to set up camp?”

Miranda shrugged her shoulders. “Fine.”

Bonkers grabbed a bowl and slowly inched his way towards the bug, his skin crawling. He slowly leaned over but suddenly the bug started walking and walked right up his leg.

The Toon bobcat screamed to high heaven. His tail straight as an arrow, his fur all bristly. “Get it off me!” He shouted and jumped.

Miranda danced around him trying her best to help while trying not to get creeped out herself. “Honey, stay still maybe I can-” Then she caught the bug in the bowl and she slammed it shut. She tossed the shut bowl in the trash and Bonkers stood there white as a sheet. Miranda looked at him, she felt sorry for him. She leaned against him. “Aw Honey, it’s okay. The bug is gone.”

Bonkers stood there. He shook himself out like a cat. “That was awful.”

“Aw Honey, tell me about it. Let’s get ready for work. I’ll call an exterminator tomorrow just in case.”

Bonkers stared at the floor. “Good idea.” he walked towards the bathroom. He slid his arm around Miranda’s waist. “My Wife, the hero.”

Miranda laughed as they walked into the bathroom.

The bathroom door opened and Miranda rushed out, grabbed the garbage bag and tossed it out window into a trash bin below. She shuddered, then went back and readied herself for work.

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Sunday, mid morning

The Day Of Rest

A warm Sunday morning was a welcome sight. After a long work week, all Miranda could think about was rest. She needed a break, from everything. Work, house work, relatives calling, and she hated to admit it; she even wanted a little break from Bonkers. She loved her husband with all her heart, but the last week had been rather frazzling and she just wanted to enjoy a peaceful day.

She started off with a long hot bubble bath. She may not have been a frills and lace girl but she wasn’t above a warm scented bubble bath.  “Hey Sweetheart, you in there?” She heard Bonkers at the door. She shrugged her shoulders. “What’s taking you so long?” She stared annoyed at the door. Bonkers knew she would be in here for a while, she told him. “Do you want tea or coffee?” She heard him ask.

“Nothing Honey, I’m fine. I’ll be out later.” she called back.

But it seemed every few minutes Bonkers was at the door asking her something. She dove her head under the water.

Later, Miranda sat with her feet up, reading a magazine. Suddenly Charlie came running by nearly knocking over the coffee table, soapy suds all over the place. Bonkers came running after him. “Sorry Sweetheart, I was just trying to bath Charlie for you, but he got away from me.”

Miranda puffed air through her bangs.

Even later, Miranda stood admiring her newly cleaned closet. She didn’t want to work today, but it felt great seeing all her clothes and shoes nice and neat and organized.

She saw Bonkers walk into the room. “Hey Sweetheart. Don’t mind me, I just have to put this box away.”

Bonkers stood on a step stool and pushed the box in place but suddenly he lost his footing and crashed right into Miranda’s side of the closet causing all her clothes and shoes to fall on the floor in a heaping mess. Bonkers poked his head up. “Miranda, Sweetheart, I’m so so sorry. I’ll help you put everything back.”

Miranda glared at him and the bobcat knew it was better to leave her alone.

With her closet back to normal, and dinner over and done, a quick order out for pizza, it was finally time for bed. Miranda sunk into her pillows, her body finally starting to relax as she let herself melt into her bed. She closed her eyes but then she heard Bonkers lean close to her.

“Sweetheart.” he whispered.

“Oh now what!” She turned on the bedside lamp. She sat up staring at Bonkers. “Bonkers, Honey I love you but it’s been a long week and all I wanted today was some time to relax and I’m sorry but you have been a pain in my neck all day.” She saw him staring at her. She felt bad. “Honey, I’m sorry. But I do need some time to relax.” She kissed him on the cheek, turned out the lamp, then turned on her side. “What were you going to ask me?” she asked with a yawn.

Bonkers stared at her, realizing it had been a long week. “I just wanted to say I love you.”

Miranda opened her eyes and turned to look at her husband beside her. She saw his sweet face, his blue eyes shining, her heart melted and she put her arms around him and they hugged. “I love you too.” she replied lovingly.

Bonkers lavender toon slippers sat quietly under the bed.

“Bonkers.” she laughed. “I guess I can take a personal day tomorrow.”


The End

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Fanatic97 Featured By Owner May 26, 2015
Hey question :D 

What do you think Miranda might like i this ^^ dball2020.tumblr.com/post/8208…
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Peaceblossom262 Featured By Owner May 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
too girly for her
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Fanatic97 Featured By Owner May 26, 2015
Okay ^^ 
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JasonVoorheesfurry Featured By Owner May 6, 2015
YOU HAVE BEEN HUGGED!! Hug
Spread the DA love around! (you can copy and paste this message on their userpage!)
RULES:

1- You can hug the person who hugged you!
2- You -MUST- hug 10 other people, at least!
3- You should hug them in public! Paste it on their page!
4- Random hugs are perfectly okay! (and sweet)
5- You should most definitely get hugging right away!

If You Get 7 back You Are Loved!
1-3 you're bad friend
4-6 you're an okay friend
7-9 you're a good friend
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Peaceblossom262 Featured By Owner May 7, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
not good with these chain things.
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JasonVoorheesfurry Featured By Owner May 8, 2015
:la: Just try your best, if you don't like it, don't do it, it's okay.
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guardmn Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2015
Jack and Arcee's playlist is done.I'll note you.
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Peaceblossom262 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
yay
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guardmn Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015
Oh yeah.I like your Bonkers Miranda stories.
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Peaceblossom262 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
new story is up, just letting you know :)
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