Easter has become synonymous with delicious Cadbury eggs, pastel-hued candies, oval jellybeans and giant, hollow bunnies crafted from tasty milk chocolate. In order to compete with the masses, candy companies have h
Though technically a religious holiday, Easter has become more synonymous with milk chocolate candies in the shapes of eggs and bunnies, fruity snacks in springy hues and all sorts of decadent desserts. Stock up on the goods in stores, but also think about making a few of your own delectable treats this year.
The Easter practice of egg decorating has meaning behind it: the egg itself represents rebirth, something early Pagans celebrated during the spring season, and was later adopted by Christians to represent the resurrection themes of the Easter holiday. Back in the olden days, colored eggs were decorated in springy hues and given away to lovers and friends sort of the same way we do with Valentines. The egg tradition has held over as the holiday evolved, with most people using store-bought dyeing packages to color their hard boileds.
This year, stray from the usual and create unique Easter egg decorations with the help of these video tutorials.
One of the main things I’ve learned from social networking sites, other than what my old friend from 1st grade who I haven’t talked to in 20 years had for dinner last night, is that a majority of people cannot spell. Of course, I was the nerd in high school who would circle and correct the errors on the letters from my friends. However, it can’t be ju
What I would like to know is, when did everyone start sticking the word "happy" in front of words to try to make it better? I've heard everything from Happy Tuesday, Happy Fishing, Happy Napping, Happy Shopping all the way to Happy Surfing. The other day someone actually said to me, Happy Dentist Appointment. Seriously, what? Shut up!
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