….thanks to Cee for hosting the Odd Ball Photo Challenge
My odd ball photos range from a line outside a Portuguese chicken place on Easter Sunday, leftover donuts after Easter dinner, my goofy Easter bunny husband, soapy dish water, Lambert the mascot at my local yarn shop to an unusual sculpture at the RBG.
,,,,,is it some kind of cruel joke to have Easter Sunday and April Fool’s Day on the same day?
Of course it’s not 2108. That’s my lame attempt at an April Fool’s joke. I know that teachers are delighted that April Fool’s day is on a holiday, except maybe those individuals who liked playing jokes on their students.
This year we celebrated Easter one day early to accommodate other commitments that family members had. It started out as a sunny day, so I hid all the eggs for our granddaughter outside in the backyard. When everyone arrived we could see that the sky was darkening so we didn’t waste anytime and proceeded with the Easter egg hunt. It was so much fun seeing the delight in Winnie’s eyes every time she discovered an egg or other small gift hidden in the branches, corners of the deck, handles of the barbecue and under covers.
One of the gifts was a bubble maker. Actually our oldest daughter also got her a bubble maker. This was definitely the hit of the day. Winnie got into making bubbles almost right away and after dinner we went outside again (just before the rain started) to make more bubbles. It turns out that buying that extra large bottle of bubble soap was a good idea.
Here are a few photos of the egg hunt and blowing bubbles.