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Ask Dr. Bunny. 53 years in the restaurant business? Giovanni Tromba, guest.

Restaurateur extraordinaire, Giovanni Tromba, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss delicious food and wonderful memories.  Giovanni has been in the restaurant business for 53 years and has some very special stories to share.  He tells us about the farm-to-table concept (which has been around for longer than you may realize!), growing his own vegetables, herbs, fruit trees – and his true passion for food!

Giovanni is the owner of Bistro 13, a very special restaurant in Camarillo, California.  If you haven’t had the delight of dining there yet, you need to make a reservation TODAY: (805) 388-3388!  Come taste for yourself how wonderfully delicious fresh, healthy food can be!

About Bistro 13:

BISTRO 13 is a family – run restaurant in camarillo we are proud to serve exquisite and authentic italian cuisine to the area the combination of our amazing pastas along with our casual atmosphere allow us to welcome many regulars from the camarillo area.

We strive to serve as your competent and reliable partner in business. Our friendly and attentive staff is looking forward to serving you.

BISTRO13 has always been the place to go in Camarillo. Aside from our delicious pasta, the people of Camarillo especially appreciate our steaks and our fresh salads.

We see ourselves as a family restaurant. Whether you are a regular to BISTRO13, or it’s your first visit, our staff will always make you feel right at home.

Bistro 13 is located at 4910 VERDUGO WAY, CAMARILLO, CA. 93012 (805) 383-3388

Check out Giovanni’s son’s restaurant, as well – El Rey Cantina in Ventura at 294 E. Main St.
Ventura, CA, 93001 (805) 653-1111

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Ask Dr. Bunny. Heaven on Earth in Port Angeles, Washington?

Colette’s Bed and Breakfast

Christy, owner of Colette’s Bed and Breakfast in Port Angeles, Washington, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss how she and her husband found, and purchased, one of the most beautiful places on Earth – and how you can experience the peace and beauty, too. The pressure of ‘modern day life’ just falls to the wayside when you come to Colette’s Bed and Breakfast, a 10 acre oceanfront estate.

Colette’s has been called ‘The Garden For All Seasons’ and voted ‘The Best Place To Kiss’, as well as one of the ‘Top 10 Romantic Inns’, and a ‘Utopian Oceanfront Hideaway’.

At Colette’s they really want you to feel cared for. If you’re looking for ‘Heaven on Earth’, as Dr. Bunny calls it, you need to visit Colette’s Bed and Breakfast – you will not be disappointed!

About Colette’s Bed and Breakfast:

We are delighted to share one of Washington State’s most distinctive destinations and best kept secrets, the Olympic Peninsula.

We enjoy sharing our love of nature, passion for entertaining and the art of relaxation with our guests, and continually draw inspiration from the natural beauty and the majestic coastal setting of Colette’s.

Our team has spent many years enjoying and experiencing the great outdoors. We’ve combined the best in hospitality with local love and knowledge of the Pacific Northwest. Consisting of avid hikers, backpackers, cyclists, nature enthusiasts … and self-proclaimed “foodies”, we’re eager to share all that the Olympic Peninsula and Victoria have to offer. Our inn manager, Anita, is ready to welcome you with her warm southern charm and assist with any details to make your stay with us at Colette’s a truly memorable one. Each morning begins with culinary delights prepared by Chef,Cody. Having grown up in Port Angeles he offers an innovative culinary style characterized by fresh, local ingredients. His experience and knowledge of the area allows him to procure the best and most healthful ingredients to highlight this bountiful region and the gifts of the season.

One visit to our breathtaking 10 acre oceanfront estate makes you understand why Colette’s has been a favorite getaway for so many couples. Over the years, the property has developed into a romantic retreat that reflects the natural beauty that is the Pacific Northwest.

For your convenience, our concierge services are available even before you arrive. Every special event is planned to the smallest detail and brought to life with the finest in personal service. We can custom tailor special occasions to your individual tastes.

We hope that what we have put together on our website gives you a taste of our romantic coastal retreat.
We appreciate the time you have taken to pay us a virtual visit. We hope it’s the first of many. We look forward to welcoming you personally.

Contact Colette’s Bed and Breakfast: (360) 457-9197   Toll free: (877) 457-9777 or E-mail

Colette’s Bed and Breakfast is located at 339 Finn Hall Road, Port Angeles, WA 98362
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Ask Dr. Bunny. How did you learn to fly? Greg Peacock, guest.

Dr. Bunny and Greg Peacock

Greg Peacock joins Dr. Bunny for a fun & informative interview about flying.  Greg’s interest in aviation began early in life – he was 8 years old and his stepmother was a pilot.  She took him up in her small plane and let him fly in the co-pilot seat.  He was hooked!

Greg shares some very interesting stories about flying.  In college one of his fraternity brothers had a mid-1930’s plane (the wings were covered with fabric!), and a hail storm destroyed the airplane (luckily Greg wasn’t flying in it at the time!). 

After college, Greg decided he was going to get his pilot’s license, so he took “Ground School” classes at a community college.  Ground School is where you learn to use the instruments, communicate using the radio, learn the principles of flying, all the rules & regulations, etc. 

Eventually, Greg got his license and was able to join a flying club, where he had the opportunity to fly all different kinds of planes (without having to buy them :-).

Greg also shares a very special story about flying with his stepmother later life, where he was the pilot and she was the passenger.

Greg is now a licensed pilot and owns his own airplane.

Tune in for some great stories and learn more about flying!

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About Dr. Bunny Vreeland:

Dr. Bunny Vreeland has been a professional model, an award winning Color and Image Consultant, Radio & TV Show host, and, for the past 20+ years, a Board Certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Life Coach, Ordained Minister and the Founder of the Vreeland College of the Healing Arts where she sees clients for Hypnotherapy issues and teaches Accredited Basic and Advanced Hypnotherapy classes on a regular basis.

She was a professional model with a major agency in Los Angeles for a number of years, and a published author of a best seller on the subject of Image, entitled, “How To Be A Woman – 15 easy Steps to Presenting Your Best Image”.

Because of Dr. Bunny’s diverse background, she is the go-to person for questions that run the gamut from Hypnotherapy, a Holistic lifestyle, beauty and image, to health, wellness & positive living.

Dr. Bunny created to answer your questions, bring you fascinating guests on a variety of topics, and share her knowledge of things that are important in your life.

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Ask Dr. Bunny. What is an interfaith wedding? Marc Bachrach, guest.

Interfaith Cantor, Marc Bachrach, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss interfaith weddings.  Do you know what an interfaith wedding is?  Marc shares how he is able to successfully create a wedding ceremony & celebration for couples, and their families, who are from different faiths.

A marriage ceremony is two things – it is ritual and ceremony to create a profound celebration of the fact that a couple has found each other.  This celebration is also an invitation for the guests to bear witness and to strengthen their own bonds and support the couple.

Marc explains how he meets with couples before the wedding to find out what they want (and don’t want) in their ceremony, to form a bond with them, and let them know that he will there for them through the good parts of their marriage, and the challenges, as well.

Tune in as Marc shares some great stories & sings a very special song for us, too!  A great interview!

About Interfaith Cantor, Marc Bachrach:

Couples hire Cantor Marc to brighten their wedding ceremonies with his unique blend of warmth, spiritual “gravitas”, and light-hearted humor.

Rich, bass-baritone  singing and chanting, accompanied by guitar and mandolin, are unique additions many  couples choose Cantor Marc to provide, especially during the processional.

“Every couple, every family and group of friends is unique.”

Cantor Marc loves connecting with them and crafting a joyous celebration of marriage — an intimate sacred space filled with love, gratitude, and heartfelt emotions.

Cantor Marc makes sure everyone understands all the ritual elements and language that he’s helped the couple pick for their nuptials. Each person there is made to feel welcome and included — in some ceremonies, they join Cantor Marc by singing simple phrases. Some wedding parties even join him during the closing benediction, raising their hands together in the ancient Rabbinical Blessing, now universally known as The Vulcan Salute- “Live Long and Prosper!”

For 40 years, Cantor Marc has officiated in Southern California synagogues and at private ceremonies from Kauai to New York. He has served as the spiritual leader of Makom Ohr Shalom, an Encino synagogue.

Cantor Marc has co-officiated interfaith ceremonies with priests, ministers, Buddhist monks, and kahuna shamans!

His 8 years as the host and producer of his own Los Angeles afternoon radio talk shows, and his ongoing voice-over work in recording studios are the reason he smiles appreciatively when wedding guests thank him after the ceremony, exclaiming “You Should Be on the RADIO with that Voice!”

Cantor Marc’s secular performing careers as a Comedy Hypnotist and a Musical Entertainer in venues all over the world, along with his private practice in hypnotherapy, have more than prepared him to deal calmly and creatively with any “surprise” at a wedding … from the smallest glitch or gust of wind, to (G-d Forbid!) life-threatening emergencies.

The most common praise Cantor Marc’s couples offer:

“You really understood us, and what we did, and didn’t want.

You ‘got us”, and made our wedding even more special than we thought was possible.

Contact Marc Bachrach at (805) 492-7189 or E-mail:

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Ask Dr. Bunny. Dottie’s Sweet Delights? Patty Brown, guest

Patty Brown, Master Confectioner and owner of Dottie’s Sweet Delights, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss all things sweet!  Patty shares the fun and interesting story about how her love of cooking turned into a wonderfully sweet business.

Dottie’s Sweet Delights was named after Patty’s mom, Dottie, who taught Patty how to cook and nurtured her love of cooking.

Patty tells us what makes her candies special and what sets them apart from other candies on the market. She also tells us why she uses only premium ingredients (Organic sugar! Pure vanilla!), and why this is so very important.

Tune in for a fun & taste-tempting interview!

About Patty Brown:

“I’ve always loved to cook for my friends and family, and I’ve always dreamed of having my own food related business. I grew up on a family farm outside of Portland, Oregon where my father was a hard working beef & dairy farmer, we participated in 4-H and my family ‘lived off the land’. We had an enormous vegetable garden and many fruit trees, so our summers were kept busy harvesting and preserving fruits & vegetables. Meanwhile, my Dad managed the ‘hay hands’ who assisted him with the alfalfa harvest. The hay hands often raved about the great meals they were served in our home, which were always followed by dessert. Christmas in our home was more about the holiday cookies and other treats we made only during the holiday season than the presents under the tree. My mother was an amazing cook, and I am so grateful for the time she spent teaching me her secrets. As a result, I became very confident in the kitchen.

I didn’t grow up making toffee. In fact, I began making toffee for Christmas gifts and other presents under 10 years ago. After I started giving the gift of toffee to my friends, they raved about it!  One evening while at the home of a close friend, she exclaimed “You should taste Patty’s toffee. It’s like crack cocaine in our house!” One of the gentlemen present asked if he could order boxes of toffee to give as Christmas gifts for his clients, and a business was born!

I hope you enjoy your Dottie’s Sweet Delights products! If you’d like let us know what you think, or if you want to learn more about us, please click here to send us an email about your experience.”

Patty – Master Confectioner

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Ask Dr. Bunny. Art as a form of communication? Gerald Zwers, guest.

Artist Gerald Zwers joins Dr. Bunny to discuss art and so much more. Gerald is an incredibly versatile artist, and a wonderful human. He generally does several hundred pieces of art each year, and one year he did over a thousand!

Gerald gets into the spirituality of each piece of art and he explains that he sees art as his ‘hammer’, or his tool for building. He also sees his art as a form of communication, from one spirit to another. It’s not technique driven for him, as much as communication driven.

Gerald is fascinated by all the different forms & facets of art, and how we encapsulate knowledge & ideas.

Gerald also discusses the way that the Covid-19 quarantine has affected the art world, as well as his own world, and the things he has done to adjust during this unprecedented time. It truly has been a time of learning, re-configuring and re-invention for all.  The quarantine came with a whole set of new challenges, but it has also been a magical time and Gerald shares what the silver lining has been for him.

This interview is so enlightening and uplifting. It will have you looking at the world in a different way.  Listen in and prepare to be inspired!

Contact Gerald Zwers at (805) 320-7650 or E-mail or

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Ask Dr. Bunny. Authenticity? Norma Hollis, guest.

Norma Hollis joins Dr. Bunny to discuss authenticity – what it really means, how to find yours, and so much more!

Norma says that many of us fall into the pattern of “auto-pilot”, in terms of what life tells us to do.  Truly being authentic is stepping outside of the ‘path’, looking at what your direction is, and what is true and real for you.  Being authentic really helps you to be empowered in many ways.

Norma shares the story of how she stopped her auto-pilot.  She embarked on a quest that took 30 years to understand who she was and what she supposed to be doing with her life.

So, are we victims of old habits? Norma believes that we are victims of the habits that were introduced to us when we were born. Can the be changed?  Yes!

Tune in to learn more and find out how authenticity leads you to your super powers!!

About Norma Hollis:

Norma T. Hollis has a unique intellectual creativity that she applies to understanding human nature from personal, professional and spiritual perspectives. She is a change agent and transformational catalyst who has created a program that connects people to their authentic self, promotes self-awareness, and helps organizations create environments that foster engagement so that people enjoy coming to and being productive at work.

“It seems like everywhere in society that I look, people are wearing masks, being someone that they are not. I’ve studied this for over 30 years and have concluded that the masks are because people lose sight of who they are. It often starts when young children are discouraged from making the noise that comes from expressing natural gifts such as singing, talking and playing instruments. Or told to be still when all they want to do is dance, run or play with a ball. Over time, these young children let go of their natural tendencies and replace them with behaviors that they feel are dictated by society. And because these behaviors are not necessarily natural to them, they create masks to be the person they feel society wants them to be rather than being their authentic self. These masks can last a lifetime. ”

Norma helps people remove their masks and reconnect to the natural gifts and talents they were born with. She offers tools and techniques to enhance both personal and professional life including methods that enable organizations to build more engaging work environments.

About Authenticity U:

The greatest gift you can give yourself is the gift of self-awareness. When you are aware of who you are you remove confusion and fear and live with greater confidence and trust. Authenticity U is the place to gain the confidence to be the person you were born to be with new perspectives about who you are and who you can be.

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Ask Dr. Bunny. What is a Media Strategist? Peter Godinez, guest.

Peter Godinez joins Dr. Bunny to discuss what a Media Strategist is & how he can help your business.

Peter explains how important it is to get the right audience because it can save a lot of your well-earned money.  There’s nothing worse than trying to sell something to someone who has absolutely no interest in what you’re doing!

He also explains what the hardest part of the selling process is, why follow-up after a sale is so very important, and how he uses audio, video, imagery, and the written word in his very successful process.

Tune in for a fun and informative discussion with a true expert!

About Salem Surround Oxnard:

If your business isn’t being found during today’s consumers’ buying journey, you won’t be part of the purchase!

Today’s consumers are in control. They want the information they want, when they want and where they go to look for it. And, if they don’t find what they like or expect, they simply move on with their search leaving your business behind.Plainly put, your business needs to be in the right place at the right time with the right message in order to Be Discovered.

Broadcast – Broadcast radio remains one of the most effective and cost-efficient means of reaching consumers. Incorporating radio into your overall marketing strategy allows you to connect with people in an ongoing and personal way influencing their purchasing decisions.

Digital Presence – Surround Listings, Surround Reputation, and Surround Social Media Management.

Web Design – The internet is omnipresent in everyday life, and as a business, you can’t afford to sit it out. It’s absolutely essential to have a website, and thanks to today’s increasingly savvy digital consumers, it’s imperative to have a website that is well designed.

SEO – Surround SEO helps you climb organic search engine results. Did you know that 94% of web searchers never made it to page two? Not happy with where you see your business when searching or want a bigger piece of the pie? It’s time to Surround SEO.

Contact Peter K. Godinez
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500 Esplanade Dr, Suite 1500 | Oxnard, CA 93036
Office: 805.288.3859 |Mobile: 805.340.4676 E-mail:

Ask Dr. Bunny. Ventura Art and Street Painting Festival? Barbara Hinton, guest.

Barbara Hinton joins Dr. Bunny to discuss the Ventura Art and Street Painting Festival.

Barbara is a very special and talented woman who has been putting on the fabulous Ventura Art and Street Painting Festival for 10 years. She shares some fun info on how the festival began, how artists can apply to participate, and which charities benefit from this great event!

The Ventura Art and Street Painting Festival is held at the Ventura Harbor Village and will take place this year on September 11th and 12th, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day. The event combines artists showing and selling their work, and street painters who create colorful chalk pastel murals on the harbor’s sidewalks.

It is always a delight to watch the artists create their beautiful chalk artwork, so be sure not to miss this family fun event! Admission is FREE!

If you’re an artist who’d like to learn more about participating in the Ventura Art and Street Painting Festival, go to:

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Ask Dr. Bunny. Never be an employee again? Dr. Ben Crofchick, guest.

Dr. Ben Crofchick joins Dr. Bunny to discuss his new book, Never Be An Employee Again – Learn to make money from home, or wherever you are, and stop making your boss’s dreams come true!
Ben shares some great insight about his experience, what brought him to write this incredible book, and how he can help others achieve their goals.  He explains the 4 zones in the workforce – what they are and how to get to the zone where your money is making money for you!
Tune in and learn more about Dr. Ben’s book, as well as why he says “Never take advice from someone who’s broke”. A great interview!

Dr. Ben Crofchick is an Expert in Entrepreneurship

Learn How With Dr. Ben:

Get the new book Never Be An Employee Again and learn how you can put the drudgery of a day job behind you.
Build your own business with credit card processing and make money every time someone uses your machines!
Learn how to let your money make money for you by taking Dr. Crofchick’s Day Trading Seminar.
Opportunities for Mompreneurs to finally discover financial freedom from home.
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