|Me and all my Easter Loot|
Easter rolled came by for a visit yesterday. I knew something was up from all the cleaning, cooking and whispering going on among all of the adults in the house. I was pretty sure it wasn't Christmas again because I have not yet had my BIRTHDAY - the other main celebration in my year. So I couldn't figure out what was up.
Sunday morning I got up, as usual; and did my bidness while chatting with my minions in the 'hood, as usual. Then I came inside and ate my breakfast - again, as usual. It wasn't until I was walking around scratching my noggin in an effort to wake up more that I noticed a lot of colorful EGGS all over the floor and up the stairs. What is the Wild Wild World of Sports is goin' on here, I thought.
Well, it appears the Easter Bunny had visited while we all slept and littered the whole house with these PLASTIC eggs. They were EVERYWHERE. I kept pawing at them and sniffing them in order to figure out what was up. It was then that I decided to ACCIDENTALLY knock one off a low stair in hopes of cracking this CASE wide open.
It worked - but as soon as the plastic EGG opened the yelling began - "No! No! No!" and "Don't you DARE touch that!" and so on. Somewhere along the way I heard the dreaded word CHOCOLATE and I knew I had tiptoed into dangerous territory. So I stepped away from the scene, head down, sorrowful look in my eyes.
Sometime later the kids in the family - cat, dogs and birds excepted - gathered all of the plastic eggs and excitedly cracked them all open. It is a ritual that usually happens outside and that is where I was confused! Much later Mommy explained to me that due to the rain the Easter Egg Hunt had to be moved indoors.
There was an extra Easter Egg basket loaded with all kinds of goodies of the canine variety. There were Pugs in the Kitchen treats, Hedgie chewies, a Pugs in the Kitchen Stuffie and collar charm. . . so much stuff. . . It was MINE! ALL MINE!!!! Mine! Mine! Mine!
Except for one little thing
I hope you all had as much Easter Fun as I did.
HAPPY THOUGHT OF THE DAY: When life brings rain, there is always a rainbow somewhere.