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Sunday, March 13, 2005
easter candy

The best part of easter is the candy. Specifically Cadbury Cream Eggs and Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs. Yummy!! One year, for my birthday (this year after easter, but usually before easter) my friend James and my mom pitched in and bought me an entire display box of Cadbury Cream Eggs. They lasted well into the summer. I wonder why I have a mouth of cavities now! Otherwise easter is just another holiday that I only know is happening soon because I was in Walgreens today (hence the candy), and the other day Target had "easter dresses" on sale. I'm not christian in any organized-religion sense, but especially not in the believing-in-the-resurrection-of-jesus sense. Oh, when I was a kid I hated getting dressed up for easter. We did though, because we went to church. I remember wearing easter dresses, and even easter hats. Yikes. I also got in trouble once in Sunday school for suggesting all the ridiculous stories in the bible (such as the resurrection, the parting of the sea, the virgin birth etc...) were just made-up stories. That didn't go over very well. But, this Peanut Butter Egg is just yummy! I'll have to remember to stop by Walgreen's the day after easter to stock up on some while they are on sale.

posted by knit wit | 3/13/2005 05:32:00 PM

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