Friday, April 2, 2010

A little eggstra...










And for those of you who would like to know where the Easter Bunny who 'lays' the Easter Eggs comes from...CLICK HERE

20 comments:

Kim said...

Happy Easter!!!

michelle said...

Happy easter, Lize!!

Maria Jose said...

Happy Easter!

Pubdoll said...

Happy Easter Lize!
And I love the fabric on the bench!

Liberty Biberty said...

Gorgeous pictures!
Happy Easter Lize!
Mercedes

Ascension said...

Feliz Pascua, para ti tambien.
Me ha encantado encontrar tu blog!!!!!
besitos ascension

kate (pm) said...

Love your Ballard Design wallpaper inspiration!

Kristina said...

Adorable! And Happy Easter to you and yours Lize!

dale said...

A blessed Easter to you and yours. :)

River Fog said...

This is without doubt one of the Classiest Blogs out there .

Meli said...

Happy Easter to you and your family Lize!!!
Love the photos. When you show them on your blog they look so wonderful and magic!!!
Warm regards,
Meli

Glenda said...

It's always a pleasure to visit your blog, Lize - Happy Easter!

miniacollection said...

Happy Easter to you and your family.
Thank you for all your very nice commentaries.
Geneviève

Sans said...

How eggstra-ordinary :). 2 posts in 3 days? But I am not complaining of course :). Like Mr River Frog, I am a big fan . Afraid I do not celebrate Easter :) but I do like all these Easter posts with eggs and baskets . So colourful :). Can you tell me though, how eggs play such a big part in Easter?

Debbie said...

Happy Easter to you and yours..

Lize said...

Thank you all for wishing me happy Easter back!

Sans, truly, the use of Easter eggs is a long standing tradition and symbolic, it is firmly rooted in the worship of, and the manifestations of the hopes and ideas of those with elevated aspirations and ideals: You know, same as Santa, and all the other little 'traditions'...do you hear it...

Ca-'ching'. MONEY... changing hands. But, nothing says Easter like Eggs!

For me, its a great way to celebrate the arrival of spring, to keep the kids busy hunting for Easter Eggs, and the little bunny ears were useful to cheer up my daughter, 4 at the time, when I first told her the reason for our 'celebration' and she could stop crying. No matter how many times I told her that Jesus woke up again.

Well, she is still working at world peace and fair treatment for all (that includes dogs, cats etc.)!

The Visionary Butterfly said...

Happy Easter! What a gorgeous setting. Love the fabric on the bench.

Josje said...

Lovely post Lize. Thanks for providing the link too. I knew about the bunny and the eggs eggcetera, but I was interested to read about why Easter is celebrated on a different date each year, as I never understood this...I was born on Easter day ....years ago (haha), then when I turned 11 it was Easter again, again at 22 and then... nope not when I turned 33 or any other year since then. Curious huh? My son was born on Good Friday and turned 11 last Friday...yes... on Good Friday!
Happy egg hunt!

Marisa's Mini Treasures said...

Hi Lize, thanks for your beautiful pictures and post. I think what your daughter is doing is also beautiful. Happy Easter!
Hugs, Marisa

Marisa's Mini Treasures said...

Hello Lize, thanks for your visit to my blog and kind words. There are 2 chandeliers in the room. One has white and pink tea cup and a chocolate pot and the other one has tea cups of diferent colors and no pot. If you go back click on the picture that shows the whole room it will make it bigger and you will be able to see better the 2 chandeliers. Have a great week.
Marisa

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