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easter egg hunt, 2010


we had our annual easter egg hunt this year, and it netted a few digital memories for posting in scrapbooks, but it is hard to capture on camera the furious joy of children just released on a mission to find small plastic eggs.  if i told them that baseball-sized diamonds had been hidden throughout the yard, they would not have been nearly as excited.  i guess, it's a matter of perspective.  if you told me that we were going to have an "easter steelers-memoribilia hunt" i suppose i would be the one running around like a bunny on amphetamines. 

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Mary said…
those pics are so cute :o) i just noticed they were below your away message. where are you anyways?
cathyq said…
Love the Batman egg! Cade looks like he loves it!
NJ Grandma said…
What fun :)
greg milinovich said…
mary, i was on a walk to emmaus. and if you ever have a chance to go on one...you should. basically awesome.

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