Wednesday, April 04, 2007


It's Easter this weekend! I have to admit, I don't really "celebrate" Easter. Back when I used to go to church as a kid, I was always amazed that on both Christmas and Easter our church would fill up to standing room only. I remember sitting there thinking... where were these people last week, or through-out the year? I thought "such hypocrites" (not really sure if that's the definition of a hypocrite). But I also vowed (as a kid) that I would not be one of "those" people. I don't know if I'm in the right or not, but there just seems to be something wrong about only showing up for the two biggy Christian holidays. BUT I do understand the importance of the day and wish everyone a happy Easter. (And a congrats to Monk who is scheduled to be baptized on Easter Sunday. For those wondering who this "Monk" person is... he's my nephew, and that's his codename for bloggin purposes).

SO to throw more confusion in to the day known as Easter... if you like to do the Pagan ritual of dying Easter eggs... be sure to check out my post from last year... about making colored easter egg's using the skins of an onion. Sounds gross I know, but it's cool (and easy).
or check out the original post on the website.

1 comment:

Christy said...

Hi- thanks for linking back to the Instructables Easter egg post again!

I see you've already got the companion Instructable link; now you just need some uses for the dyed eggs.

Have you seen Kiteman's tutorial on competitive egg dumping?


(and the Instructables team)