Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his crucifixion as described in the New Testament. For non-Christians, Easter has become a celebration of Springtime and all that it brings. Easter Sunday is spent searching for colored eggs and opening Easter baskets with chocolate eggs and rabbits, and marshmallow peeps -- all delivered by the Easter Bunny.
Make your children a personalized Easter basket and use it every year. It will mean more to them than you can imagine. Fill it with their favorite treats like chocolates or sour candy!
Don't forget your spouse! Make them their own Easter basket. For her, place springtime favorites of daffodils and tulips; for him, a bottle of cologne with a fresh scent. And don't forget to include Scratch, just for fun, too!
Color your own eggs safely and cheap, too. All you need is a few drops of food coloring added to a cup of warm water with a tablespoon of vinegar. Use a crayon to draw designs before dropping the eggs into the mixture.
|A wonderful way to celebrate Easter is to gather your friends and family and go on a nice walk outdoors. From Colorado's famous Fourteeners to your local community park, it's good to take some time to just stop and smell the roses!|
Would you like to know a secret?
Well, I'll tell you one I know:
The Easter's Bunny's coming,
My mama told me so.