Me, I celebrate the basket.
When the kids were little the bunny left swim suits, goggles, new towels and an obscene amount of candy. There were eggs filled with change hidden throughout the house. There was one giant egg filled with a $5.00 bill - THAT egg was ALWAYS on the chair of the recipient so there would be fairness all around.
This morning there is a little bit of candy - the requisite bunny and carrot, as well as cash wrapped around jelly beans in one giant egg and cash wrapped around whopper eggs in another giant egg. Money trumps chocolate.
I was quite excited to see a pic on FB last night taken by my wise, eldest niece with her sister - that means she's in town!
Jane's home is quite festive but even on her most festive day I don't think we're going to see a set up like this.
Seriously, even I, at my most Martha, never attempted something quite so elaborate.
Jen is in Montreal at a body building competition that begins in a few hours. She has worked long and hard to get herself to this point in her career. Her body fat is currently less than mine was at birth. She has remained remarkably chipper for someone who is eating bird food.
As far as I am concerned, she IS a pro. Today, she wants to get the card to prove it to the rest of the world.
Let's do what we can, shall we?
Since it's a HAPPY kind of Sunday, I thought I'd share!