Sunday, March 31, 2013

Happy Easter

Christian and Stephanie M.
dye eggs with their Aunt Brenda
at G-ma's house 1992
I hope that all the eggs hidden in the yard or in the house were discovered and collected. After all, nothing is worse than finding a hard-boiled egg a week or more after Easter.

Easter Blessings to you and your family


7 comments:

  1. Oh but kids love the hunt so much, I'm sure there weren't any lost eggs. My family held onto this tradition until my first year of college, my parents just loved doing it with us.

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  2. LOL That's why, here in Florida, we never hid REAL eggs. We used those plastic eggs and filled them with a couple of coins or some chocolate.

    Happy Easter.

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  3. It seems so long since we have done this... We lived in Edmonton in 2005 - 2006 ...we had all the kids and GK's up and did a egg hunt around the apartment...outside (we lived downtown then too)...what fun...our one granddaughter just talked about that the other day... sees so long ago....

    Hope you had a wonderful Easter Nancy!!

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  4. Really cute photo. No eggs dyed here this year. I hope you had a lovely Easter!

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  5. Hope you had a lovely Easter Day!

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  6. We found one in the church basement in July, several years ago. The youth group hid them too well, and the younger kids didn't find them all.

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  7. I hope you had a Happy Easter Nancy:)

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