Happy Easter

Just a quick note to wish all of my readers a warm, joyful and peaceful Easter.  Pray for the miracle of peace around the world.  (We all know it’s not about the bunnies, colored eggs and candy).

Frankly, I never understood how anyone could buy into the whole Easter Bunny thing.  Any kid with half a brain could figure out that bunnies just don’t lay eggs.  I’ve always thought there should be an Easter Duck because when I was a kid, my brother and I actually each got a duckling for Easter.  We loved those furry little creatures but they got too big and Grandpa told us they’d be better off living on a farm.  OMG!  I hope they didn’t get eaten.  I’d much rather think they lived to a ripe old age and died of natural causes.

This photo is of one of the beautiful flowers in a special arrangement sent to hubby and me by his boss and crew after Bud’s passing.  Such wonderful, caring people.  The bouquet was just beautiful.  I only added a slight antique effect.  Namaste’



Author: Regina

Passionate about writing, photography, and helping others achieve the success they desire.

11 thoughts on “Happy Easter”

  1. Hi Gina,

    I’m surprised that you’re surprised about what kids believe in. They buy the idea of Santa Clause from adults don’t they? Just goes to show the trusting innocence of children. I wouldn’t mind believing in Santa and the Easter Bunny again.
    Happy Easter.


  2. I asked a rabbit that I knew to write an Easter poem for you. The air was filled with chilly frost, the rabbit said to me, “Get lost”. “That egg routine is for the funnies, us rabbits just have little bunnies”. This information spoiled my day but Happy Easter anyway.

    Easter time’s the time for eggs and the time for eggs is Easter time. But, the wind blew and the rain fell and Easter time just went to hell.


  3. Beautiful photo and sentiment, Happy Easter to you, no, it’s not about those delicious See’s eggs with chocolate and nuts in the center…


  4. Beautiful, beautiful shot of the flower….I saw one of your ducks the other day…he was walking with a cane as he is quite old now…he said he is quite happy on the farm and said I should tell you that he has had a long and happy life with his wife, Bossy the Cow.


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