Sunday, April 16, 2017


The Easter Bunny fills winter hats at my house.
When I was child, the Easter weekend was spent at my Nannie Levy's. On Saturday night before bed, my brother and I set out our winter hats before going to bed. We never had an Easter basket, and for years I thought every child put out their winter hat for the Easter Bunny to fill. We always got a little chocolate and candy, something to play with, and a new pair of sneakers or other needed clothing.

For the last few years I have been flying to Alberta to spend Easter with my brother and his family. I didn't go this year, as my oldest niece is in Cuba on a school trip, and Rob and I plan on spending Christmas there this year. I didn't know I was going to have a broken foot for Easter this year, but I am thankful I'm not traveling with it.

One of my favorite pics with my nieces, Easter in Alberta 2012.
Rob's been amusing me this weekend by partaking in some Easter requests. On Good Friday we coloured eggs. This is something I always do when in Alberta. And last night we put out our winter hats before bed to see if the Easter Bunny would come, he did!

Rob and I coloured eggs on Good Friday.
Have a wonderful Easter everyone!

NOTE: Looking back at older blogs I realized I had blogged about the "hat basket" tradition in 2014.

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