Lesson 1241 – Easter greetings from New Hampshire

A few views of our New Hampshire Easter celebration:

First, it wouldn’t be Easter if we didn’t have a set of the current White House wooden Easter eggs in the house. The colors vary each year and I’m loving this year’s vibrant shades.  That natural wood egg is simply the best (and it’s got the White House dogs wearing bunny ears!)

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This is how we do an Easter Egg hunt in New Hampshire 2015. Should have made it more challenging by using only white eggs.

IMG_20150405_100714397Lastly, for the first time in almost 2 (two!) decades, the Easter Bunny forgot to put those sugar/chalk candy cigarettes in the baskets. Bad, bad, bunny.

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Joyous Easter greetings from our flock to yours.

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Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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