The Longdogs

The Longdogs
Willy, Harley (back center), and Gretchen

Happy Egg Day

The "egg hunters" arrive and get their baskets for the hunt in the front yard. The longdogs would have made the hunt very short lived if they got to join in.

One color of eggs for boys and one for girls eliminates any arguing; however, it doesn't always eliminate "faces". lol

You probably already picked up on the fact that these eggs are plastic with goodies inside, even a few quarters.

Next up, coloring hard boiled eggs......I know, backwards, but we don't hide the real eggs.

And then on to Easter dinner. It was a jam-packed day but the kids and grandkids had other activities planned for Saturday so we had to fit it all in on Sunday.

It was a great day for all of us. Of course, the grandkids had to go back to their mother late Sunday afternoon but it was fun having everyone together.


  1. I was wondering if you let the longdogs join in. Good idea of one color for boys and one for girls.

  2. Finally catching up on your blog. Looks like the kids had a lot of fun. When my kids were little they would take turns hiding and finding eggs. It kept them busy all afternoon.
    I spent the day painting faces at the Easter event here at the park.


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