Happy Easter

Not gonna lie, it’s been a rough week. If there was ever time to be thankful for a holiday weekend riddled with candy and furry things…this would be it. The good news is Spring is here, the magnolias are peeping their heads, and decapitating that chocolate bunny with my teeth felt damn good. 

On my mind this weekend…

Time’s Top 10 Things you didn’t know about Easter (Sweden’s Easter witches alone are worth the read).

David Sedaris reads his thoughts on the meaning of Easter. Might be the best essay has written to date.

Love this idea of a moonlit egg hunt for adults (fill eggs with booze and/or cash — that’ll get people going).

Easter cakes you won’t see in the social room after church.

Here is how you do an Easter Hunt for cats. (Lola totally found her eggs)


Happy Easter!

Comments

  1. says

    Moonlit easter egg hunt for adults?!?! I’m 100% doing this next year! Kids have stolen enough holidays!

    • says

      Plans changed and changed again, before we ended up at our local GrandLoves’ home for Easter brunch. In a role reversal, they had an egg scavenger hunt prepared for us! Joe and I were SO excited. Adorable. Fabulous clues in plastic eggs were hidden around the house and ultimately led to the prize egg. How’s that for an adult egg hunt? I’m still glowing, this morning.

      GLAD that wasn’t you being terrorized in the vintage pic!

      Have a GOOD week!

  2. says

    That death glare on the Easter Bunny holding you is freaking me out — it’s hilarious they put such a creepy bunny in a little apron sundress!

    • says

      It’s not me, but I agree, the bunny is crazy creepy. The eyes in particular. Who would purposely unleash that on children?
      I think people did a lot of drugs in the 70’s.

  3. Koliti says

    Ha! Looks like that bunny wants to bite YOUR head off!!

  4. Sandy says

    Peaches, thanks for the Sedaris link. I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time. I needed that. Holidays can be difficult so bless you for starting my morning off right.

    Sorry for your hard week. They are that way sometimes, aren’t they?

    • says

      Happy to report the week has much improved since Friday. Currently wrapping up fun at home and prepping to roast peep smoars. No complaints here! Glad you enjoyed the Sedaris piece. The whole book is amazing but that chapter in particular is the best. 🙂

  5. says

    A booze-fueled moonlit Easter egg hunt sounds a hell of a lot better than the Springer-esque drama that actually occurred. Thanks for another swell idea. There’s always next year, right?!

    P.S. Ever ponder as to why we celebrate our risen Lord with a ham?! That’s not sacrilegious at all. Yes… things like this keep me up at night.

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