Easter on Good Friday- silly post

Jenna and the ugly window in the background

My sister only wanted healthy stuff for Easter- ha ha -Check out her supply

Disclaimer: this is not a post about News or rural KZN but about a frivolous family day that included Pickled Fish, Gammon, 2 bottles of wine and 2 Easter Egg hunts. 

Today Jenna my brother’s wife was initiated into the Child family Easter Egg hunts. Even though us four Child children are adults – my sister is the youngest at 20- we still look for eggs in the garden. We moved our hunt to Good Friday ’cause Jenna and Dave are away on Easter.  I think Jenna enjoyed it despite the oddness of five adults running around our tiny garden looking for eggs in the five bushes that actually manage to fit into it.

My sister Sarah has been so excited about the hunt and has kept reminding us about her healthy Easter full of dried fruit and biltong. Above she poses with her collection of Easter treats with nothing healthy included. Don’t tell Patrick Holford who authored the diet she “is following”! 

In the pic below we all pose with our eggs and pained faces while my parents take many pics. It was a good day with a great Church service reminding us why we celebrate Easter. Not eggs. Jesus died so we can know God and love him and be loved by him.

All in all everything has been good today except for sitting through an hour of Noot for Noot that my mother decided to watch by choice. (I am staying at parent’s house in the lounge so can’t escape the TV.)  Some things I just don’t understand. Noot for Noot is one of them. Happy Easter peeps!

We are not too old for Easter Egg hunts.

About Kat child

I am a journalist (big smile: I love saying that) and a coffee lover. I believe journalism should tell untold stories and give a voice to the voiceless. I love Cape Town, the beach, cheese, chocolate and Origin's cappucinos. I don't see the point of making one's bed and I wear odd socks.
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