Good Idea: Finding Easter eggs on Easter Sunday. Bad Idea: Finding Easter eggs at Thanksgiving.

Longwood Gardens

Daily Gratitude: nice lunch with Dapper G at Clancy’s

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20 thoughts on “Good Idea: Finding Easter eggs on Easter Sunday. Bad Idea: Finding Easter eggs at Thanksgiving.

    • Lisa,
      Thank the heavens for the Uncle Norms of the world, huh? Hope you had a great weekend. I’m subscribed to you again. WordPress seems to drop subscribers somehow. I lost Seasweetie too.

  1. lol! I actually did that… sort of. When I was MUCH younger, I liked the eggs I colored and decorated so much that I hid them in suitcases in a closet so I could keep them forever. My mother was not pleased to discover them, and I suspect it was long before Thanksgiving since the odor they put out was pretty strong.

  2. Vry true! Especially if the eggs were initially hidden for the Easter Hunt. We did that once at my house when I was little–someone had hidden an egg really well inside a chair with big cushions that was rarely used. Months later, when used, the egg under the cushion cracked. That is smell you do not easily forget.

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