|... at the starting line ... an initial run to the back hard ...|
Take for instance, the egg hunt on Saturday.
This is a traditional event when the cousins get together and everyone seems to know the drill.
|... eggs are hard to find ...|
Those are placed on the table and at the same time people are taking candy and putting them inside of the egg forms to be hidden somewhere outside before the hunt can begin.
|... videoing the Easter Hunt ...|
I am adding eggs and what looks like tiny chicks and bird houses from Germany.
In fact, some of these decorations may have been at my house years ago.
|... an initial photo on the steps inside ...|
All are more interested in gathering around the new table where the candy is.
Everyone in the house is participating in getting the eggs ready or hiding them, so there are no secrets about what kinds of candy will be in the eggs.
|Hebe ... not sure of why there is so much happiness ...|
Then there is a call for Leo and Eric to go outside and hide the eggs.
|... waiting for the word ... GO ...|
|... "in your Easter Bonnet" ...|
There are howls of despair at the first rule.
For every 3 eggs you find, one of them must be put in the basket of a younger child.
|How many eggs do we have to give away?|
There is nothing underneath the car.
|... anticipating the door to the outside to be opened ...|
I am taking pictures of the adults.
Catherine is taping the kids.
Catie is pushing the wheel chair.
|... finally, my wheel chair and me outside ...|
Hebe is new to the family.
|an Easter ribbon for my hair|
The Easter Egg Hunt is declared to be a success for no one is sobbing because something b-a-a-d has happened in the 10 minutes it has taken to execute what was a full morning’s work.