I am very excited and happy! The Easter Bunny came to our house!!! Yes he himself! He got me a gift!
Here’s the thing; I did not technically see him. Obviously he has to be discreet, if not we would see his hiding places. Anyway, who else could have hidden those eggs that well? I ask you??
Trust me, it was the Easter Bunny!!
Living in Veronica’s house means no holiday without festive decorations! We know that by now! These are the Swedish Easter feathers. Yes I know what you’re thinking, I agree, very strange!
My secret dream is to grab the lot, feathers and all, and have a big Easter party around the house…but my amazing self restraint keeps my impulses under control. Yes, I’m a well mannered Boxer girl.
Ok, ok there was a tiny little incident…but let’s not get ahead of events!
This is the Easter box, with all the appropriate items. It’s astonishingly small compared to the Christmas ones.
If it wasn’t for Dennis’s prompt intervention at the store, there would be three boxes…at least! I’m with him on this one, enough stuff already!
The Easter table is beautiful. I think I look fab there. Like a beautiful Easter Bunny! “Felicia, the adorable Easter Bunny Boxer adorning the table”.
Oh, I have a great idea! Somebody should make festive Easter cards with this photo!! “Happy Easter, wishes Felicia von der Andreashöhe, the Bunny Boxer”! I would become super famous! Oh yeah!
Veronica used to have small candy eggs lying there too…until they mysteriously disappeared… I have NO idea what happened.
D-Day arrived, they were so busy with preparations that, as always, they forgot about me!! Hey guys, over here, hungry Boxer girl on her mat!
Goes to show on a scale of one to ten, where I stand!
Veronica dressed me in my special “Easter festive bow”. I know, ridiculous. It used to be worse… much worse!
I had bunny ears!! Can you imagine? “Felicia, it’s only for the photo”… Well, that’s no reason to ridicule your sweet dog, I look PATHETIC!
One day I “found” the Bunny ears on the table and…well…let’s just say no dog will ever wear those again!
Good news, the bow is just for the actual day. Not to be worn on walks or at Corinne’s. I would be utterly embarrassed if Inook, Mylo or even the Cutie Pugs saw me with it!
Finally, after an eternity the family arrived.
The big moment arrived: The egg hunt!!! Veronica’s the “Head Commander”: One, two, go!!
We ran off like crazy searching in the whole garden.
Some members seem to have difficulties finding their egg…especially ZC…she has the “Egg Hunt Panic” syndrome, and needs to be assisted by fellow family members.
NC was my “Egg Hunt Buddy”, we searched together! And what have we found??
MY egg? YES…ONLY for me!!!
NC made me sit down, and slowly, very slowly he opened the magic egg.
WOW!! A bunny!! WOW!! My own bunny! How cool is that!!!!
I was beside myself with joy!! And I played like crazy!! Wohooo… lets go wild with the bunny!!
The others were still searching, c’mon guys, what’s your problem? Look at me, I found my egg, easy peasy!!
MBC got a mild touch of the “Egg Hunt Panic” syndrome, and needed active help from more skilled searchers, such as EC, he’s an expert! Can you imagine, needing help? Pffff… Oh, my “Egg Hunt Buddy”? Totally different situation, apples and oranges here!!
Anyhow, let’s focus on what’s important; we have a very clever Easter Bunny!
The Easter meal looked amazing, Dennis had been cooking all morning. At this point I was considering my options;
Sit by Dennis’s side? Usually that pays off… though today I felt NC might be the wiser choice. Sure enough, he knew what a festive Easter Boxer girl needed, a little yummy reward.
It would have been the perfect Easter holiday if it hadn’t been for the very insignificant incident. Now there are two sides to this story!! So listen to mine!!
Veronica received beautiful big flowers and needed the large vase…she put the feathers on the table…
I deducted she was going to throw them away…I saw a golden opportunity for some fun…I mean it couldn’t hurt just to have a quick peak…anyway they were having dinner in the kitchen…
…unfortunately “throwing away feathers” was not on Veronica’s agenda!
I got a whole lecture about “Destroying nice decorations” and “They were on the table Felicia” she even mumbled something that sounded very much like “No Easter egg for you next year”
C’mon, they looked really old! AND how was I to know that “On the table” meant she was reusing them??? She really needs to be more specific!
As for the Easter Bunny…
…he loves me and anyhow I don’t care!
I have my own Bunny!