The kidlets doing the Easter Egg thing.

It didn't take too long for the lure of the trampoline to distract them from the eggs.

Ham really wanted to help, but he didn't like the feeling of grass on his feet. It is hard to try to stand on one leg and destroy, I mean decorate, Easter Eggs.



  1. ahhh "egg" cellent...beautiful...I remember those days. Maybe one day we can color eggs with Owen (grandson) I hid some eggs for him today and I had to show him where they were. He loved what was inside them.


    PS: it snowed off and on all day long. Now doesn't it mean if it rains on Easter-7 sundays of rain. But since it snowed, what does that mean?

  2. hehehee... I love Judy's post..I would be fearful of what would be coming next!
    Thank you so much for posting pictures of your eggs.
    They are beautiful!
    Hope this finds you all having a great Easter

  3. You are a BRAVE woman! Outside or not -ew!! I HATE having eggs dyed and they never seem to get eaten here. Just me. Oh well. Maybe next year?