Little T is so excited about Easter Sunday and of course it’s all to do with the opening of her chocolate eggs and also the Easter egg hunt. Last year, we went to one in Antony, a National Trust Property where Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movie was filmed. If you haven’t been there, that’s one you should add to your list of places to visit. I think we might be going back there on Sunday again, weather permitting that is, especially since it’s been grey and wet again lately.
Little T’s school had an Easter egg race yesterday and just like last year, she didn’t win. As homework last week, they were made to decorate an Easter bonnet to wear on the last day before the break. Yes, it’s all about Easter this week. Normally, we would be doing some egg-painting before Sunday, but because of the stress of the house move, we aren’t doing anything this year.
It’s only apt that our word of the week is: Easter, although it can also be calamitous, tragic, harrowing (especially because of the recent bombing in Belgium), but those words can also be used to describe our house-move with has been delayed till probably the second week of April because of incompetent solicitors. But for now, I won’t bore you lovely folks with all the boring details because I’m trying to focus on Easter and being positive, and refusing to dwell in the negatives and all the nincompoops of this world who refer to themselves as professionals, but in reality are all bastards and thieves who will get your money without bothering to do their jobs. Oh wait, I’m supposed to be letting go of all negativity… breathe in, breathe out.
For now I’m going to focus on Easter egg hunts, lovely adorable Easter bunnies with their pink ears, stuffing our oneself with Easter chocolate eggs, everything yellow, white and fluffy. If you need me, I’ll be in the land of happy chicks and prancing bunnies and since I don’t blog over the weekends, I’m greeting you all beautiful people a Happy Easter!
Do you do anything special on Easter Sunday?