Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The Good Eggs Giveaway

UPDATE: Entries are Closed! 

I  was invited by Sandi over at  A Legacy of Stitches to participate in the GOOD EGGS Giveaway.  Knowing that she considers ME to be a good egg, how could I say no?  I hope I am the best kind of egg - rich dark chocolate with a creamy nougat center and maybe a bit of caramel surprise in there.  Mmm....now I am hungry. Ha ha.

Folks, today is THE DAY!!!!   You can start hopping down the bunny trail.  Oooohh..I am excited!  I think I will hop some too.

So, a comment to enter.  Tell me something you like about Easter, or an Easter memory or just that you like bunnies. Ha ha.  I am not requiring you to follow my blog, but if you want to that is good too.  The comment is the only requirement.  Well, as a matter of fact there is one other one - I have to be able to get in contact with you if you win. If there is no email that I can reach you from your blog profile, leave me an address in your comment.  Comments will be taken until March 28th at 6 pm Central time. Sometime after that I will draw a winner. Comments on this post only will count as an entry. One per person please.

The theme for the hop is SPRING.   Spring to me means flowers blooming, love in bloom, sunshine and butterflies. (Birds too, but I didn't have a prize that worked for birds!)
So the prizes are:  A fat quarter of fabric with a rose design, a page of butterfly stickers, four notecards showing - sun, love, flowers- and a handpainted bookmark from my studio.
If you win, and there is an item you don't want it is okay.  You can: a. tell me and I won't send it. b. give it away to a friend or even on your blog.  My feelings won't be hurt.

So Let the HOP begin.


Hippity hoppity Easter's on its way!


Happy Spring to you, you wonderful blog readers you!!!!






And if you are wondering, the list of all the blogs to hop to is HERE

130 comments:

Hilton said...

What a lovely blog design. Can you do one like that for me?

suz said...

Thanks for being part of this. Look forward to reading your blog.
whysyourhatwet@hotmail.com

Pat said...

Nice selection of prizes, Gene! You are one really good egg, in my book!

JKP said...

I like bunnies! :) I remember Easter at my aunt's house. Every year for Easter breakfast we had Belgian waffles and she would mold the butter into the shape of a lamb using this little butter press she had. She's gone now, but that is one of my favorite memories of her. She was very detail oriented and artistic.

Tangos Trash and Treasures said...

Oh what pretty prizes you have there!! I'm loving bunnies cause they are so darn cute!
Thanks for the chance to win!

Kaye said...

Hey Gene, happy hopping to you, would love any of your give a ways. Every year we hide the plastic eggs. We put in coins, candy, little trinkets and bubble gum eggs. Such fun with the kids. This year my dtr found an egg w/change that had not been opened! Our community has a great hunt for the kids. They hide eggs in the sand and they search in areas for their ages. The gold eggs usually have a $25 gift cert to wal mart. Every child gets a prize of some sort. It is put on by volunteers from the community

Petit Debutant said...

Are those some of your design on the cards? I would love to have some of your artwork.

I always love to see the excitement in my kids faces when it's time for the egg hunt. But the best part is remembering that Christ is resurrected

Sue H said...

Hi, Gene! It's nice to meet you. My favorite Easter memory is of my mom making colorful nylon party-type dresses for me and my two cousins for Easter. We were yellow, blue, and red. They were scratchy but we looked good! Thanks for the chance at the give-away!

Jandi said...

Thanks for a chance to enter! Spring is my favorite season. I love celebrating Easter with my kids- who, thankfully, are still young enough for egg hunts.

Quilt Hollow said...

Wow Gene...nice selection of prizes!
Did you ever get in touch with Downey about doing something in your area?

Quiltsmiles said...

Hippity hoppity...Easter's on its way! Love hopping through the bunny ring and these giveaways. I feel like I'm reliving my egg hunting days of childhood. Thanks for hosting this giveaway. What a lovely package you have planned. Nice! Jane

Jenny said...

One thing I will always remember about Easter is how my mom would hide our Easter baskets in the most impossible places - and we couldn't pick up any eggs until we found them (of course the eggs were in plain sight so it was just torture!!)

What a fun way to discover some great new blogs! Prizes are always a wonderful incentive :) Thanks!

Jenny
http://jbolechcrafts.blogspot.com/

CreativeHands said...

So who doesn't like bunnies? :-) Spring reminds me of new life, not only of the new life of flowers blooming and grass turning green and new babies, but of the new life Christ has promised us!! Be Blessed.

jean said...

I like Easter because I can get out all my springy quilts!
LOVE your prizes......who would refuse any of them??!!
Jean
jshores@huntel.net

Quilter Kathy said...

Happy Spring! We wait for the robins to arrive and are thankful that our weather is fit for the birds (and humans) again! We love to have easter egg hunts outside for the children at easter...some of the big plastic eggs have chocolate and some have money!

Rhonda said...

Hi Gene. I'm already a follower so onto the Easter story.
My favorite memory of Easter is when I was little our church had Easter Egg hunts with those great colored eggs...we kids would run around trying to find all the eggs but mostly we wound up stepping on a lot of them...afterwards the adults would gather us up of a group picture in our Easter get-ups!

Susan said...

Happy Easter! Love your give away prizes.
www.sewmanythingstosay.blogspot.com

deserae said...

I would love to win! :)

Terry said...

Hi Gene,
Love your Give Away package:)
This is a FUN idea that sandi had!
My fondest Easter memory would be the Easter Egg Hunt at my grandmother's after church on Easter Sunday, & of course finding the "Golden" egg with the $$$$ in it was always fun:)
Hugs,
Terry

Sandi said...

What a lovely giveaway, Gene. I like that you put so much thought into your gifts! I love all the bunnies, chicks and eggs at Easter. When I was little, I loved the new dresses that we wore and then after church, having a really good dinner with all our family. :-) No need to count my comment....I am just stopping by all the blogs to say HI!

joanne lendaro said...

Already a follower/stalker!! My best Easter story is when my youngest was about 3 years old, he was "reading" the words on the Hersey's Kisses. When we asked him what it said, he replied "eat me" and proceeded to pop the kiss into his already over enduldged chocolate covered mouth.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Linda said...

Beautiful notecards. And I can remember having the same beautiful Easter basket every year. quiltlin@gmail.com

Carol in E TN said...

Thank you for a great bunny-hop giveaway!

Greg said...

It's very nice of you to have a give away...hmmm leave something out? I don't think so!! I'm always looking for cards to send. I'm an avid reader, my wife's into scrap booking, perfect for the stickers and who doesn't like fabric?? Thanks for the chance! My favorite Easter memory? Going to church early for the Easter Sunday breakfast, followed by the chocolate bunny given to all the kids by the Minister!!! Gotta have chocolate!

Anne-Lise at Rag, Tag, Bobtail said...

My blog is named after 3 bunnies - so yes, I love them. Nice giveaway!

Jan said...

What fun this is!!! We raised bunnies when our kids were little----soon we had 50 bunnies, but they sure were cute and cuddly. My daughter won a ribbon at the county fair with one of them---good memories!!!

Sara said...

Thanks for entering me in your drawing.

ikkinlala said...

My favourite Easter memory is of an outdoor Easter egg hunt my friend's mom held once when we were little kids. She was really creative with where she hid the eggs - we had to climb trees for some of them.

SD Janet said...

I like bunnies, but right now we are having calves. Spring is calving time for us and a very busy time. Spring usually puts the end to my sewing for the month of April. I can't wait to get out in the dirt too, but usually I have to wait for May in our country. Nice to meet you Gene. Happy Easter.

Tonya's Sewing Room said...

i must admit, i still like to dye eggs....even if it gets under my finger nails and dont' come out for weeks.......your giveaway looks lovely

Doina said...

Great giveaway! Please count me in!

Pat from FL and MI said...

Hi, Gene. I think you are the first guy to have a blog I've read. My blog is on the hop too. I love your prizes and would love to win. That stone necklace is gorgeous! Oh, that's not the prize?

Francine said...

This is such a wonderful idea! I love all things quilting and all holidays. I think what I love about Easter, as with all holidays is the memories of my Dad, Mom & my sister & brothers, & all of the rest of the family being together. I am one of 7 children, so with cousins, aunts, uncles & grandparents holidays were very special times!

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

Hi Gene, I'm already a follower. When I was kid our large extended family would get together and ride on a real hay wagon out to some huge sand dunes. The kids would play while the Moms set up a picnic lunch. Then we would all eat food with sand in it (it couldn't be helped)! When all the kids were to tired to play we still had a fun ride home on the wagon. From a kids point of view it was perfect. I think our parents were very good sports, they had to clean us up when we got home. Great giveaway! Thanks!

Bev Brookens said...

When my grandkids were very young, I'd fill plastic eggs with money and hide them in the yard. They looked forward to that.

Lori said...

I love those peanut butter eggs. They deserve their own food group. LOL!!!

munch78 said...

Thanks for doing this!!
I like dyeing the eggs, coming up with new ways to do it!
Rosa in Wyoming
munch@vcn.com

Maggey and Jim said...

Hi Gene
New to your blog but Micki speaks highly of you.. Hoppy giveaway..
Maggey

Andrew said...

A new grandma here so I'm creating memories for my grandkids. First year for an Easter Egg Hunt if the weather holds. I remember many a-easter-egg-hunt at my grandmas. But truly ...Jesus is the reason for the seasons. What a sweet egg you are. KK klassickeepsakes@hotmail.com

Laine said...

Bunny are very cute but I hate them when they eat my flowers and shrubs. Thanks for the giveaway.

lsandes@comcast.net

Regena@QuiltnQuiltthings said...

Hey Gene
Thanks for having a give away.
Hope you have a great day.
Regena

Barb said...

What a wonderful giveaway......

Micki said...

I love everything Gene, but your postcards are especially wonderful!
Micki

Gale, Ky quilter said...

What a wonderful give away! Please enter me to win!

galew417@comcast.net

orphan said...

your blog is intriguing and marked for a longer visit when i have more time. thanks for participating from all of us.

julietk said...

How could we not be happy with such pretty prints etc. I love the Flowers at Easter and I would be most happy with a Choccolate Bunny LOL I sound about 5 :-D
I hope you will enter my draw I love making Bunnies too and he's waiting to see who wins, Happy Easter.

Nanbon44 said...

Love your giveaway, as for bunnies, well let me tell you about a Black and White Dutch bunny. You see when my son was small his pap pap would take him on Saturday so I could work. One Saturday they showed up with a cage, bowls, food and yes a bunny. He was a cute bunny, but I really didn't need another animal to take care of. Mr BunRab as he was called followed my son like a puppy, he used a litter box or went outside. My son had him for so many years, I didn't think they lived that long, we finally had to give him away when we moved.

Anonymous said...

Love bunnies, especially the lop-earred ones.
Nice giveaway, please include me. Easter blessings.

Darlis
darlisj@kinex.net

Pat said...

A fun idea. Happy Easter.

Joyful Quilter said...

Fun giveaway. My grandmother's favorite holiday was Easter, every year she had the whole family over for brunch. My grandfather's favorite thing was playing poker...brunch was always followed by a poker game.

Anonymous said...

So glad I joined the fun! I love everythig about Easter! Jesus! Bunnies, chocolate, Easter eggs and Easter egg hunts etc.....

Jennifer
quiltingjen@hotmail.com

Debbie said...

Love the prizes. I like bunny shaped cookies.
dgallett@gmail.com

Owl Lady said...

To me, Easter is foremost a religious holiday. However: I remember one year using a lamb-shaped cake mold that had been passed down through the family. I knew that the recipe with it made a very dry, rather tasteless cake, so I substituted a devil's food batter. The shape came out beautifully, but when the frosting process got to the neck, the head fell off. I put more frosting and stuck it back in place. It fell again, and I tried again. The neck was approaching a weightlifter look, so the third time I tried a different approach. I stuck the handle end of a salad fork down into the neck and stuck the head onto the tines. With some coconut all over, it looked great, and the head stayed on through a car trip to the party. I did get teased when it was cut.

gbrewer@kc.rr.com

Barb said...

Great giveaway! I am definitely enjoying this hop--I have found blogs that I have never been to before! I have also become a follower--love your blog and will come back to visit!

Diana Napier said...

A good memory I have is of taking my Easter basket out into a field and flying kites. It was really nice.

Sara said...

Gene, What beautiful cards! And, I have to say you are a very good egg. And, having a handpainted bookmark made by you would be awesome.

My favorite thing about Easter is making baskets for my daughter when she was little.

nhsarab at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Love to win your great give a way
sandy k
grandmatomato@yahoo.com

Patty said...

I love sitting in church and singing the songs associated with Easter I also love the smellof the Easter Lilies.

Mary said...

Daffodils, Blue Skies, Robins, and Bunnies. Would love to win your prizes.What fun!!

Cath Ü said...

Please count me in...
Cath's Blog

Cath Ü

Sandy said...

Love your giveaway and "hop" I win!

bluebird-lyn said...

Happy Easter Gene, love to be in the draw for your Giveaway...Warm Regards, Lyn

etshep said...

I raised bunnies when I was young. So cute an cuddly.

Rachel said...

The best part about Easter for me is having a Cadbury's Easter Cream Egg. I know I should say church, but I really don't like Easter church; it depresses me. I can't say the weather, because it's still snowing here. Yep, so chocolate it is!

retdairyqueen said...

First time I have visited you
What fun this is
I like Easter because all my family get together

Lina said...

Love the butterflies and flowers.
Easter memories... hmmm? I think the one that is going to happen this year. My son has said he'll give up his Easter basket this year if he can have a pet bunny. He just may get his wish.
By the way... My son is 25 years old! tee-hee-hee!!!

Lindi said...

I hope you have a lovely Easter, Gene! My favourite Easter memories revolve around big family Easter picnics, when I was younger. They always involved lots of home cooked things, plus swimming and fishing. Sadly, many of the family have passed on, and others are scattered, so those wonderful picnics no longer happen. However, next year, with a new (1st) Grandson, we will begin new wonderful traditions!

Betty said...

thanks for the fun!

Janet said...

First time I've seen your blog. I love your background pastels. Please sign me up for your bunny goodness. I live in "the bush" and have lots of animals in my yard. Sometimes in winter I can sit on the bench outside my sauna and watch the bunnies dancing about in the moonlight. Even though they are white like the snow they stand out.

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Oh how fun Gene!!! I appreciate you visiting my giveaway too :)

My favorite Easter Memory was when a church in a neighboring town let thousands of eggs go from a helicopter so the kids could pick them up. It was truly a sight I'll never forget.

Smiles,
Kelly
www.IHaveANotion.blogspot.com

luv2quilt2 said...

You've got some great things in your giveaway. Please enter my name.

edyB said...

Love cute little bunnies! Thanks for the chance to win on this bunny hop...

CieAngel said...

Thanks for being in this giveaway too, I just love your prize.
Huggs,
Cleary k.

grammy and papi said...

May favorite Easter memories are of Sunrise Services with everyone singing "He, Arose" What better memory can you have. Your Bunny Hop Giveaway items are BEAUTIFUL!! I would be honored to received them. THanks for participating in this fun hop.

Have a God Filled Day
Shirley

grammyandpapisattic.blogspot.com

Lynn Weathers said...

I am enjoying hopping down the bunny trail checking out some blogs I'm not familiar with.

Julie in WA said...

I love the spring, when the trees just start to bud...it seems every species is a different color of green! What a palette!

quiltmom said...

Hi Gene,
Just hopping by to say hello and wishing you a sunny warm spring. Here in Alberta it is cold and the snow has returned to us this week- after having warm days in January- I am looking forward to Easter break at school- maybe some sewing time and more cleaning time at school as we are having a big school renovation. New things and new life are the significant words I think of when I think of spring.
Lovely fabric and note cards that you have created for your hopping giveaway. Someone is going to enjoy having your beautiful prizes.
Warmest regards,
Anna

Sherry said...

Hi Gene...just hoppin down the bunny trail. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway. Who wouldn't want each & every one of your items? Happy Easter & Happy Spring!

Deb said...

Many Easter memories...all good (family, church, songs about the resurrection, new life). Thanks for the giveaway.

sharon said...

Hi!I have fond memories of painting easter eggs and of course the elusive hunt for those eggs! Thanks for joing the wee bunny hop and having a give away! Sharonj

lani said...

easter time decorations planting the garden and enjoying the sunshine

Melissa H said...

Thank You for the chance to win! Im new to quilting and this would be a great prize!!
I have memories of my family get togethers on easter. All the kids and some of the adults doing egg hunts after church and food and i wish I had all of them back so we could still do that...
lissaplus2@yahoo.com

Molly said...

I have signed on as a follower so I will be able to see whatever you are up to. Where I live I have a real cottontail that likes to hide under my car up against my tire. Of course I had to buy a bag of rabbit pellets to feed him. He is just darling, he even lets me get close to him in my wheelchair, what fun!! I can be found at Crocheting My Best With My Worsted
http://crochetingmyworsted.blogspot.com

Come visit please!

Annie of Blue Gables said...

what a beautiful blog design. I love the spring-time colors.
I wanted to tell my story of how we believed in the Easter Bunny when we were small:

My daddy used to hide the eggs outside. He would coax us with "I think there might be one nearby, over here. . " One year, it snowed the night before Easter. He hid the baskets inside. We all had our own color of Easter grass, so the baskets were hidden all over, and sometimes two in one place, but if it wasn't our color, we were encouraged to move along and give no hint. Anyway it snowed, and to make it even more real, my daddy painted white bunny tracks on the green floor of our porch. It looked like the bunny had left snow tracks from the outside door to the inside door. We were all just enchanted by this amazing bunny, and now by my amazing daddy. He was an artist by trade, so those tracks looked real.
Happy Easter, and thanks for the chance to enter a wonderful give-away.
~a

Margi said...

I hope you have a wonderful Spring and this hop has picked up my spirits big time. I love to see the buds and blossoms of Spring rejuvenating everything.

Mystica said...

I love to see what everyone is saying about spring and the blossoms and it sounds very uplifting!

Fleurette said...

I loooove bunnies, thanks for a wonderful giveaway, I'm hopping off to...

Nancy B said...

I love Easter Egg Hunts with my grandchildren.

allsewnup said...

Watching my kids hunt for Easter eggs is the best part for my hubby and I.
Thank you for the chance to win.

Carolyn

Sean said...

I think your prizes are great. I don't quilt, but my wife and daughters do and I support them in their craft and I benefit too. My Mother in law made me the best quilt for my recliner.

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Lovely prizes! The forsythia are blooming here in New England and the days are getting warmer! Easter is usually cold here so it's funny to see all the little girls dressed in their new fancy clothes, wearing winter coats and sometimes even boots to church on Easter morning!

MGM

Lake Mum said...

What fun this hop is. One of my favorite memories of Easter is my mom taking down the hat box and my 2 sisters and I chosing which hat we would wear to Easter morning service. 3 sisters in our hats and gloves.

barbara said...

I love Easter. I really love our traditional ham dinner complete with ham gravy for the mashed potatos.
bjwalsh101@yahoo.com

suki said...

I found your blog very entertaining I am new to this.. Easter,,hiding the baskets one Easter outside chocolate bunnies , we returned from church and kids out hunting and the bunnies had melted as the sun was so warm..our son said I suppose the Easter bunny had them in his furry hand too long . he was 4 at the time

marilynneq said...

I love Easter because it falls in the season when everything seems to come back to life...trees bloom, get their new leaves, flowers popup, and people begin to spend their time outdoors taking in all the beauty that Easter offers...I also decorating eggs..marilynneq@msn.com

Pamela said...

Hi Glenn,

Happy Spring. O love your work and your blog.
Just thought I'd stop but I need to keep hoppin along

Pam ( peanut7553@gmail.com)

SheilaC said...

Thanks for the great give away, Gene!

And congrats on being interviewed!! I am headed over to read that when I am done here :)

SheilaC

shecarita at yahoo dot com

SheilaC said...

PS we do like buns here, I have a white one named Mr. Cotton and my daughter has 2, Beans and Moose.

SheilaC

SewCalGal said...

I remember one Easter waking up and there was a big fluffy stuffed rabbit at the foot of my bed. My father, who had just come home from war (Vietnam) had placed it on my bed. While I was older than you might think, I loved, loved, loved that rabbit. You see, it came from my father, and he made it home safe! Better gift than any easter candy.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

bulldogs said...

Hello!! What a beautiful blog site you have! My favorite Easter memories are when I was a young girl in Milledgeville, Georgia! My grandparents always had a big Easter basket for us with an Easter Egg hunt. Then off to church we went. Great memories!! Your Good Egg goodies are beautiful! Thanks for the chance to enter! Shannon Linde :O) Shannon.Linde@yahoo.com

Laurie said...

AH - Spring!! It usually comes late here near Buffalo, NY, so any day above 50 is Heavenly! Spring is the renewal and resurrection of life on Earth. Doesn't get much better than that!

Laurie

Valrie said...

I love Easter because of the sacrifice Christ made for us.... How lovely. Please enter me, and if you post a link to my giveaway, you will be entered in a separate giveaway drawing just for the bloggers sponsoring giveaways for Good Eggs! Let me know if you link!
Valrie
http://poemsmyway-valrie.blogspot.com

Joanne said...

Great give away!
I love putting out Easter eggs for my children and the joy they experience!
Thanks for the chance!!♥

Judy said...

Just "hopping" around checking out everyone's blog. Nice prizes, would love to be a winner.

quiltlover said...

Thank you for the fun!

carmel said...

happy happy spring

i love the fabric of corse!

thatchristine.blogspot.com said...

Great spring idea. THanks.

Loralynn said...

Love your goodies! I love to watch my children hunting for their eggs on Easter morning!

pamdux said...

I remember mom getting us 4 girls all new outfits every year for easter and going to church and then all walking home together. pamspinks.blogspot.com

Elizabeth said...

This is a really fun giveaway! I love it! And you are a good egg :D. The thing I love most about Easter is that it is about the time that the tulips start to bloom. This year may be a little early, but I love the weather and the fun kids activities. It is a great time of year!

Kathryn said...

I love the sunrise service for Easter. The new day brings new beginnings.

esquiltingpassion said...

Hi I am new to your blog but I am doing a hop hop hop to your give away. I am also going to become a follower.
Elaine

Neky White said...

Here in mexico (I hope this giveaway is open worldwide?) we don't celebrate easter, well, no the way you celebrates with the bunny thing, of course shops sells bunny chocolates but that's all.... I love bunnies! Maybe in the future this tradition will take a place, just as halloween did! =D

Cynthia said...

The comments will probably reproduce just as bunnies do: LOTS. I remember having a new hat, purse and gloves as a little girl. Still have the slides my grandparents took when we went there after church.
Cynthia superlibrn53@gmail.com

Sharon said...

I guess i have to say the best festivity I like at Easter would be the egg hunt. I love to watch all the happy kids go looking for all the colored eggs. Wonderful prizes, thank you for entering me..

Sharon

Beeshebags said...

Hi Gene, Please enter me in your giveaway and feel free to hop on over to my blog and enter my giveaway also. Hugs from Naomi a fellow bunny hop hostess

Kim said...

What a nice giveaway. I love butterflies and the note cards are beautiful.

cvdnurse said...

Really nice giveaway! I love the spring blooms - daffodils and forsythia.
Susan in NC
sgalasso@triad.rr.com

Sheri said...

Love the cards! (everything else, too!)

qltmom9 said...

Thank you for the chance to win. Very pretty.~

Lucy (in IN)

rockgranny said...

Hi, please enter me, and come on over to my blog and enter my giveaway...hugs from a fellow bunny hopper.
Simona aka Rockgranny from Krpe&zakrpe (Croatia)

Jans Gourds said...

I love your blog and I will be back often and I woould love to be entered in your give away
Please visit mine too
Jan

Everyday Kathy said...

Wow I'd love to win! What a lovely blog too!
You are definitely a GOOD egg!!

I'm having a giveaway also:
Everyday Bliss Giveaway Details Here

Vanessa said...

Hi Gene! Please enter me in your giveaway! It is so fun to go hopping all over the place meeting and greeting new people! Hope you have a nice Easter! and thanks for stopping by my blog! Vanessa

Guilitta said...

Thank you very much for your generous giva away. Please sign me in.
I like to visit my family on easter.

My mail addy is in my profil at my blog.

Greeting Guilitta from Germany

Vicki said...

thanks for the easter fun!

arlette said...

I'd like to participate, although we don't have spring here, and we don't celebrate the easter the same as you do, but I use to put my bunnies easter soft toys (I bought them) all over my home

The Paper Princess said...

HI Gene,

What a delight it is to meet you and discover your blog! Please enter me in your giveaway and hop on over to Create With Joy when you have a moment to enter mine! :-)

I love spring/easter and my favorite memory is from childhood. My first pet was an Easter bunny I received as a very young girl. I love animals so I adored my bunny - unfortunately, my mom had very high expectations of "civilized" animal behavior that apparently "Mr Zip" did not live up to, so my bunny did not last long in my household. But, I have many fond memories of him and he started my lifelong love of animals!

Hugs
Ramona
http://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

SarahVee said...

Great spring package. I like Easter for the fun squeals I get to hear while I lay in bed and my kids find all the goodies. It makes my heart happy. Thanks for the chance.

free indeed said...

This is such a neat idea for celebrating! Easter has so much spiritual meaning for me, but we often don't make much of the day itself....love the easterly color of your blog...
freeindeed at myfairpoint dot net