This is a Southern pond.
We value good stories, friendly interaction and good manners in all creatures
(Please don't be a skank in my pond.)
eggs-quiste!A Blessed Easter, Fishy-Icthy
You have no idea how much I appreciate this post. I was at my MIL's the other night and brought home a basket of Easter Eggs she had collected from around the world; MANY of them are so similar to your pictures. I actually had no idea what they (truly) were until now. We're missing her this weekend and having the eggs with me made her seem closer.XOXO to you and yours this weekend.
Aunty Belle,Does you do some eggs on yore Porches? I spect Blowfish and I maight do some this weekend.Boxer,What a wonderful way to keep your MIL in your Easter celebration! Some of the more intricate eggs on this post are Romanian. You might find it interesting to visit;http://fullhomelydivinity.org/eggsfullpage.html , a great site for learning all sorts of stuff about Easter eggs.We are missing Mermaid this Easter. Her schedule does not permit a trip home so we sent a box of Easter goodies from her childhood with some new goodies too.I will certainly do some eggs, and hopefully Blowfish will do some with me. I will be missing our Mermaid but we are going to see her in another week when we travel to her location for Blowfish's birthday.Hope your Easter will be blessed with a joyful spirit.
Such beauty! Happy Easter Fishy.
i liked number 13 the best. they were great. i love to decorate eggs but i havent even boiled any! i used to gold and silver leaf red eggs. sniff. dovey doesnt lay very often so i dont have any eggs.have a blessed easter. drop by the dog pen and see my tre ore painting.
13? All those colorful dots and dashes organized just so! The patience for this technique nets a big reward doesn't it? So cheerful.Blessings on you Chicken Lady.
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