Sunday, April 8, 2012

Happy Easter Sarah's "place"

Hello...first, I would like to wish all of you a Safe and Happy

This is Momma Frog and her "baby" bunnies.

...If you don't mind I would like to tell a weee story about the smaller
 bunny on the right.  It's a musical-moving bunny.  It moves it's head side
to side and moves its paws to the tune of
 "Mommy's Little Baby Loves Shortnin' Bread"

It was a gift for Easter to my youngest daughter (now 24yrs old), when
she was about 10 or so.  She would play this over and over enjoying the
fun tune.  Then, when we had grandkids, is was the biggest hit!  If, I
 didn't put it up high on a shelf... it would get played NON-stop.  I still
enjoy winding it up, once in a while...when there's no children around.
(well, if you don't count me!)

I looked hard on YOUtube to find a tune that sounded similar and this
what I settled for.  It's not exactly how it sounds.  But, f you click on
this LINK, I think it will take you to a banjo version.

This Easter, we didn't have any children Easter egg hunts
and the like.  (Maybe we will postpone until they visit...later this month).

As I was going to sleep last night, I got to thinking..... I could
hide eggs for myself tonight.  Then, wake up in the morning and
look for them!
With MY could... actually be quite a HUNT!  =P


I'm guest posting at Sarah's place today!  It's my very first
guest-ing on some else's blog!  Thank YOU, Sarah, for your confidence
in me!  The blog post coincides with Sarah's quilty-charity challenge
called HANDS2HELP 

If you'd like to go visit the FUN TUTORIAL of a my...
"Miz-tahkee" quilt
head over to....Sarah's place....


Anonymous said...

love the story about the little bunny,how cute,lol,at you hiding eggs for yourself,lol,did you find any?

dluvscoke said...

Which wording is more appropriate...hiding eggs FOR yourself or FROM yourself? Either way, it's hilarious. I hope you've had a great day. :)

Josie McRazie said...

I think you need to hide twenty eggs each with a dollar in it! LOL We are all kids right! :)