09 Apr / First-Ever Easter & A Must-Read
I celebrated my first-ever Easter this year. Besides not having any idea what this holiday is about (in honor of Jesus resurrection and rabbit fertility – what?!) I thoroughly enjoyed the egg decoration process.
The boyfriend bought a kit and I got to decorate my pretty eggs with stickers, dye and stamps. It felt more like a grade school project than a holiday, but I have to tell you – connecting with your creative side – even if it’s simply decorating eggs, felt GOOD. Then, I had my own Easter egg hunt. He hid the eggs throughout the apartment and I had to find them.
I discovered two things:
1) Scavenger hunts ARE HARD (there’s an egg hidden in my spider plant!)
2) Being a kid (even at 29) is a lot of fun. Yay Easter!
How does this relate to writing? Well, it doesn’t really. Other than I’m a writer, writing about my first-ever Easter experience. How’s that for relevance?!
Oh and check out this fabulous book I just finished. It’s been a big help – I’m not raging in traffic or agonizing about nutty people. 🙂