Sunday, April 16, 2006

Happy Easter

Wishing you a perfect spring day and your share of the chocolate and pretty eggs.



Blogger brooksba said...

I saw this picture on Flickr when I was uploading stuff. How much fun to have such pretty eggs. You know, I love hard boiled eggs.

One year, my mom hid an egg on top of the smoke alarm. That's what I remember from being 5. And that once we got a dog again, he'd help me find all the eggs.

I hope Colin and Sara have a wonderful Easter. Happy Easter to you and Charles!

8:50 AM  
Blogger brooksba said...

Okay, completely juvenile behavior, but the word verification for the last comment was "cupipu". Why does that make me think, "See you pee? I pee you." Stupid, yes. Weird, yes.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Teri said...

Happy Easter my dear! I very nearly posted a picture of my freshly-died thumb, which turned green in the Easter-egg-dying process, but I don't have time.

9:04 AM  
Anonymous Ariella said...

Awww, happy easter to you! I am making Easter pancakes this morning, and Erik is beyond thrilled.

We didn't do eggs because, you know, we have no kids. ;)

9:09 AM  
Blogger Karen said...

Happy Easter!

10:04 AM  
Blogger moegirl said...

pretty eggs! Happy Easter to you, the family and the furry ones.

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Colleen said...

Happy Easter!

4:19 PM  
Blogger CarpeDM said...

Ariella, what? Why do you need kids for eggs? Eggs are fun to dye and let you get in touch with your inner child and then somehow the vinegar fumes will go straight to your head and you will be photographed with a cat toy on your head and also holding a ball in front of your nose and saying "look! I'm a clown!"

Or maybe that's just me.

5:25 PM  
Anonymous christie said...

This was the first time I'd dyed eggs in like 20 years and we had a lovely (yet exceptionally messy) time...this having a child thing is a good excuse for lots of fun stuff (the slide at the park...why did we EVER stop going down that thing???) (I meant the plastic one, not the shiny silver one that blisters the skin on your butt when it's hot out)

Hope the family and furries had a lovely day. We think the Easter Bunny is pretty damn cool over here.

9:33 PM  
Blogger Diana said...

Beth- Isn't it funny what we remember? I remember my mom, erm, I mean the Easter Bunny once hiding the basket under a mound of laundry I was supposed to fold and another time in the dishwasher (empty).

Teri- Happy Easter to you, too, Dear! There's always next year. My thumbs tended to blue this year.

Ariella- Juvenile that I am, I dyed eggs for most of my 20s, as I think dyed eggs taste better than plain old white eggs. I keep meaning to buy about 20 boxes of dye pellets and just color my eggs all the time. (Do tell what the Easter Pancakes are like? We are fond of pancakes.)

Karen- Happy Easter to you, too!

Stacy- Thanks! Lovely Easter wishes to you and yours (without and with fur).

Colleen- You too!

Dana- You are so right! So. Did you dye eggs this year?

Christie- Oh! What you've missed! I firmly believe that the Easter Bunny and all that goes with it is not something to be missed, with or without kids!

9:51 AM  

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