Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Never too late


We are having an Easter Egg Hunt this Sunday – for adults only. Not that any of the goings on will be risqué, but we believe it’s never too late to have a happy childhood. So, we’ve invited five people to join us for the egg hunt and lunch. I’ll hide 120+ eggs around the living room, sunroom, hallways and such for these children to find.

And, it’s so much fun. In past years, I have made Easter baskets for everyone who is here, but I’m not able to do that this year although everyone will have a basket with a small stuffed animal in it. After all, they must have something in which to collect the eggs they find. Nor have I made any good shopping trips for fun stuff or useful stuff to put in the plastic eggs. So I’m collecting witty, wise, and inspirational sayings to put inside the eggs. A few will have candy, and some eggs will have tiny Easter ornaments to put on a white wire tree that I discovered last week at a yard sale. And, I might find some surprises for a few of the eggs.

We’ll laugh a lot, and we’ll share a meal preceded by a grace that reminds us of the significance (Christianwise) of this Easter Day.

I have the best part; I get to hide the eggs and laugh when they can’t see them and I can. Tee Hee.

We’ll go to Easter vigil on Saturday evening so that I’ll have time to hide the eggs. I won’t be doing much cooking – a simple meal.

Jesus wanted the children near him; so I figure if we can become as children for an hour or so, maybe we have a chance of being near Jesus on this special day.

6 comments:

Hedwyg said...

Oh, that is AWESOME! We do need to do things like that, to remind ourselves of the magic, wonder, and delight of childhood. I hope you have a blessed and joy-filled Easter!

Hugs,
Hedwyg

Grandmère Mimi said...

Share Cropper, how lovely that you and your group of friends become as children on Easter Day.

Cecilia said...

How about:

Be of love a little more careful than of anything. (e. e. cummings)

What a wonderful idea. Have a day of wonder.

pax, c.

Saint Pat said...

What a beautiful Easter you will share with your friends!

May it be full of joy.

Happy Easter!

Nina said...

Wonder whether God is putting grace out in plain sight and laughing as we find it by tripping over it.

Juanuchis said...

What a lot of fun! Wish we could have been there. I'm filing this away for use next year. :)

Hugs!