A little Easter goodness arrived in The Woods earlier this week.
Of course, The Woods Customs Officials were on the job. Yes, this is how we open packages at our house. They’re quite certain that every parcel must have something for them within, and there are certain households whose scents they seem to recognize, and they get even more exicted!
Yes, this was one of those households… gMarie and Beauregard James (and the rest of that pack) are great about sending something for everyone, and this box was no exception.
Beau sent the pink bunny for the fur-girls, and they knew it! However, the poor boy is still just hoping the Easter Bunny brings him a big, soft, stuffie bunny to love to pieces, so if you’re so inclined, pop over and plead his case with his Mama!
Sis was trying hard to find the squeaky, but there wasn’t one. Don’t worry… Gretchen had a turn playing with the bunny too!
There were even Starburst Jellybeans for the Knight, which are one of his favorite varieties. He discovered the Sweetart brand this year, and those are his most favorite at the moment. I don’t care much for the plasticy wads of sugar, but different strokes for different folks, right?
As you can see, the Easter Bunny knows I’d rather have yarn. Yummy! There was even more goodness in there, and we thank you, Beau and the Easter Bunny from the bottom of our hearts, G.
However, I’d be remiss if I didn’t share the latest love of my snack-life… Orville Redenbacher’s Natural Lime + Salt popcorn. Melt. It’s not exactly Weight Watchers friendly at 6 points per serving, but luckily, I was busy yesterday at work and had points to spare on a luxurious afternoon snack. I can assure you that this will pass for dinner once in a while!
As with the precious Lilly P animal crackers, I can’t find this in podunk, but I’m going to keep looking.
I do feel a little guilty that I didn’t even get Easter cards out this year, so, um… Happy Easter, y’all! Do you celebrate Easter? If so, what’s your favorite treat?
I’m still trying to convince the Knight that jewelry fits in eggs quite nicely.