Heart of the Home

| April 2007

Easter egg hunts are still a delight

When I was young, we didn't have candy Easter eggs. Mother always fixed colored eggs, then she'd hide them and say the Easter Bunny had come.

After the egg hunt, we'd eat breakfast - sausage, biscuits and gravy. What a treat!

I did the same thing for my children and grandchildren, who loved the tradition.

My 24-year-old granddaughter still wants her eggs to come from the Easter Bunny when she's at my house for Easter.

I'm 86, and I still enjoy carrying on this tradition.

Cedar Vale, Kan.

Nana made Easter a special holiday

How well I remember the Easter I spent with my grandparents when I was about 10.

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