I hope everyone is having a lovely day! We're relaxing and sleeping in this morning. I'd hoped to get in a little laundry, but someone else beat me to the machine this fine Easter morning. (Darn that sleeping in! If I don't claim the machine by seven on a Sunday morning, somebody else gets it...)
We already did our Easter-egg-and-candy hunt at a friend's house the other day. Actually, it was a lovely lunch party that included an Easter hunt for our kids and our hosts'. In keeping with my previous post, our hosts were an eclectic mix: The wife was French-Canadian-American-Haitian and the husband was Mexican, and the other two couples they invited were kind of international as well (a couple of Germans, and then a Swiss guy with a guy from New Zealand).
Now, I like Easter as much as the next western-culture-atheist, because I love tradition! But it turns out that I have only so much to say about this holiday, thus I will refer you to cute pictures from previous years.
Last year Easter was all about science, doing experiments with egg-coloring
...and in discovering what our chocolate dinosaurs had eaten...
The previous year we also did an Easter egg hunt by crazy coincidence,
and, for fun, here are a couple of never-before-seen-on-the-Internet shots of the great Easter-egg hunt of 2004!