What Mouse does Easter Eggsocks use? It’s a question that I get asked a lot from children and grandchildren who are planning a family picnic
Easter is a great family outing, and as everyone knows, eggs are a treat that a child and their friends and relatives can share with each other. When you ask me “What Mouse does Easter Eggsocks use,” I can only give you the most simple answer, “Eggs”.
I remember as a child going to Easter Sunday School and my father to take us to a playground in the village to play. What we saw there was quite amazing really. There were rows of these beautiful white Easter eggs, stacked high in the air. Just like a work of art, they seemed to float unto the air.
Then my mother asked us how we could have forgotten Easter being a festival of egg laying. She proudly showed us all of her yellow and red eggs that were just like our own eggs, laid by our own mothers. But, she assured us, we too can have these beautiful Easter eggs. With a bit of work, and the best eggs you can find. And just like my father had done, I too can lay eggs for the rest of my life. I can hold my head up high and look down at my eggs, knowing that I did not create them myself, but that I have given them to the world, so that I might see them again one day, just like my father.
So, I will always hold the question, “What mouse do eggsocks use?” to my grandchildren when they ask me that question
They can look at me in my new, and very comfortable, yellow and red bibs that I have made with my own two hands, and I can tell them all about the wonderful day that I spent last Sunday, making Easter eggs, and my life’s journey so far. Yes, I do still make Easter eggs on a daily basis, but I also give the gift of Easter to my grandchildren.
A few years ago my husband and I bought a beautiful white, and cream colored Easter egg for our daughter. We told her that this egg was from our son, and that it belonged to our daughter. She was so excited! She opened up her beautiful, and colorful eggs, and began to look around the bottom of the egg, trying to figure out where the hole was. It was sticking out of the side of the egg, so she assumed that the hole where the string went was where her string came out!
My mother looked over at me and asked, “Mickey, are you trying to tell me your mother used your eggs?” I laughed and repeated myself, “Yes, mama! She picked my eggs!” Then, she pointed to one of the eggs and said, “And did your mother feed your friend hamper?”
I looked at my mom in shock! I had never thought about what mouse do eggs carts use! But, after thinking about it, I realized that my eggs were being served a treat! So, I went and told my daughter that we were going to go shopping for hamper
We found out that we could buy a hamper for just two dollars, which is way too cheap! So, my mother and I took my homemade hamper along with us!
The rest, as they say, is history! After our trip to the mall, my children were constantly asking me, “what mouse does eggs carts use?” Finally, I gave in and told them that they were simply sitting on top of an egg, because my mother and father made sure that they were safe. Of course, I have to warn them not to ever sit on top of eggs or they will seriously hurt themselves! But, now they’re very happy, and I’ve got to say that this whole “what mouse does eggs” question was totally hilarious!