BUNTY, I MISS YOU!
by Heather Moulson
Donall Dempsey writes:
When first I heard this woman I fell in love with her words and delighted in what she had to say and how she said it. She was able to capture the reality of the 70's with a turn of phrase or a change of tone. We laughed at her wry eye for things and how they were and smiled with recognition. It was like being spliced back into that particular decade with all its faults and foibles and glory. She had its whole DNA and could produce it down to its tiniest detail.
This the age of comics when they were the currency of childhood … Heather sees it all from her unique perspective and can arrest us with monologues that speak truly and from the heart. We enter into her world of intense friendships with her classmates (love and hate or both at the same time) whether in and out of class. We are bounded by the same parameters that a young girl becoming a young woman had to face in this decade … Reality and truth all wrapped up in the most delicious sense of days gone by...as if yesterday was still today.
… step into the time machine of her words ... wander around in her mind … hold tight to Heather's words and you too can go there.