L’uovo di Pasqua - More than Just an Egg

Apr 17, 2019 157

BY: Gaya Lynn

Just about the time when the long cold days of winter come to an end, and heavy wool coats are hung up and being put away, one can start seeing aisles of Easter goodies at their local stores. Milk chocolate bunnies, jelly beans and the ever present plastic colored eggs catch the eyes of passing eager children.

Then, on Easter Sunday, children all over America take their empty baskets and head to local parks and partake in the traditional Easter egg hunt. Within no time, however, the egg is soon discarded and long forgotten, forever in the shadows of the Easter bunny, the day’s star attraction, a larger than life creature with floppy ears and a furry cotton tail.

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SOURCE: https://italoamericano.org/

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