Here comes Peter Cotton Tail, hoppin' down the bunny trail, hippity hop and Easter's on it's way...
We usually have ham or tri-tip w/ mashed potatos and other stuff that I'd call "traditional" easter foods, but this time we're having tacos & refried beans (it's going to be my first time making refried beans). I think I'm going to be making part of the desert, too ("apple burritos"--something I learned to make in 8th grade home-ec).
BTW, the top line is a verse from a song that was on one of the easter cartoons that used to show on TV every year, when I was a kid.
Trashman you've really brought back some memories with that song! Irontail!
My mom would sing that song to me. I received a stuffed Peter Cottontail one Easter when very young. It stands out because the weather was horrid cold, and I had a vicious earache and wound up going to the doctor on Easter.
What wonderful parents I had and very fortunate I was!
I only say what I say to help folks out, not as a condemnation. People tend to lump
them together when in fact they are very different. They do the same thing with
Christmas and Hannukah. I know you had good intention so don't be offended. To
answer your question I celebrate the one who shed his blood so we could celebrate