When we awoke from our slumbers this morning we found that the Easter Bunny had been, leaving an Easter Bucket at the end of the bed filled with lots of chocolately comestibles for us to share. Nigel was so eggcited, it was hard to contain him ……. but little does he know that as an eggstra surprise I have hidden lots of other Easter goodies in the garden for a most magical Easter Egg Hunt for him and Darrell to partake in this afternoon …….. shhhhhhhhhhhh……. don’t say anything but …..
……. Bunny money on the roller at the bottom of the garden ….
……Mini eggs amongst the pansies in the window box …..
……. an egg under the noise sensor frog by the pool, I’ll know when Nigel and Darrell find this one, as he will croak like crazy ……(the frog, not Nigel …… well come to think of it, Nigel will probably croak too!
…… I’ve hidden caramel bunnies in the empty hanging basket on the shed, they’ll never find these ….. unless they get a ladder……(NB I must make a note of all health and safety issues that may relevant here.)
There are Easter Jellies in the peg tin….. another safe hiding spot I think, as both Nigel and Darrell are strangers to hanging out the washing ….
….. and a bubbly lamb on the no smoking sign in the vegetable patch ….
The gnome mum and dad got for their 25th wedding anniversary is hiding another egg ……
…… and finally there are jelly fried eggs under the branches of the Christmas tree. We will have the most splendid and jolly time before settling down to an Easter tea of Simnel cake and salmon sandwiches, followed by The Antiques Roadshow! We are truly blessed in the most eggcellent of ways!