If you don’t celebrate Easter but enjoy learning about other families’
customs this post may still be a good one to read. If you follow a
different religion or you don’t practice any at all, you still could add
something new to this post. Help make it multicultural and allow
us to “cross borders” into friendship together. Although Easter eggs
were once considered part of pagan Spring festivals, they have
become Christian symbols of new life in recent times.
A cracked open eggshell could represent
and symbolize Jesus’ empty
tomb on Easter morning.
Coloring eggs can be elaborate projects, I have always enjoyed looking
at Ukrainian eggs with their pen and ink display of designs. Our family
usually just used crayons to make designs on our hard boiled eggs
for Easter. Then, with the pungent smell of vinegar and the Paas egg
coloring dyes, we would put our eggs on…
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