Easter Egg fun

I know this is a terribly late post…but better late than never, right?

I love decorating Easter Eggs. It’s something me family always did together when I was a kid. And this Easter I decided the time had come to do it again. Only, by the time I had made it to the store, it was Sunday afternoon, and they had already put their egg-dying kits away. So I decided to make do with what I had: crayons. It turns out that freshly-boiled eggs take Crayon very nicely! Here are some of the results of my experimentation. πŸ™‚

My roommate last year gave me a very colourful dress. Apparently she thought I could pull it off. I wear it with my cowgirl boots πŸ™‚

We have a running joke in my German class about a man-eating tree (Menschenfresserbaum). I like to draw him on the chalk board. The most recent addition is a man-eating flower (Menschenfresserblume).

In performance class a lot of Freshmen end up singing a quiant little song called, “The Green Dog.”

“If my dog were green,” the narrator asserts, “I never would be seen without a sea-green bonnet…”

My dear little plant. His name is Laurence Olivier – named, of course, for the actor.

And that, my friends, is all for the day. Have a happy Friday!

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Dramatic Lyric

I am a musician, a teacher, and a life-long crafter. I love to read and write, and my favourite book is Jane Eyre.

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