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Monday, April 02, 2012

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Julie

Haha! Yes, I suppose you could say that. But it's a *good* harder. I hand sewed eggs very similar to that and put some simple embroidery work on the front of them and I really enjoyed making them! And I know they will last us for years to come and perhaps be something I can still use when my grandchildren come to hunt eggs at grandma's on Easter. Can you say that about plastic eggs bought in the store? It's about how we're choosing to spend our time and what we put our value in. You could certainly call it make things harder but I think of it as putting myself into what means something to me.

Julie

Oh, and next year (and every after) when others are running out to the stores to buy more eggs all we will have to do is pull ours out an voila! Who's saving time now?!

Lauri

I hear ya. Always thinking I'm doing things to make life easier. Until my husband finds me in a corner crying saying "this isn't how it was supposed to be". Ha. The hardest thing for me is trying to efficiently run errands with my 21/2 year old. Kill me. Back away sister. Let it go. Maybe next year you'll find the time. Ha.

Phoe

Oh man, all the time. I don't think we're hardwired to accept simplicity. What a cute (and reusable) idea for Easter.

branchhomestead

Every day!

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