Thursday, April 9, 2009

Happy Easter!

I will be busy off and on for the next few days, so just wanted to post some pictures and say Have a Nice Easter weekend!

The picture above was one I took at Opryland Quilt Show last summer.

Can you find the rabbit?

This was a fancy pants rabbit statue down on main Street in front of a store.

Another tin type image of a rabbit in front of a store on Main.

I don't have time to find out the answer to my question right now, but I am wondering how rabbits became a part of the Easter tradition?


Renie Burghardt said...

Beautiful pictures. I found the bunny in the top picture. On top to the right.

Don't have much time either as I will have a busy weekend.

Happy Easter, Brenda!

Bunny Hugs,


Rudee said...

Have a great Easter weekend. I found the bunny too, though he was hard to see.

delphine said...

And a happy Easter to you too Brenda! My, you have been busy,your posts are full of bright and cheery pictures. I particularly liked the lambs, as I hand reared one ( quite a long time ago) and featured him on my other blog. He was called Charlie, and grew into a big fat ram. I saw the dark rabbit peeping out of the flowers!

Sandy said...

Great photos! Enjoyed them. You have a happy Easter too. I have no idea about rabbits being a part of easter.

Reader Wil said...

Thanks for the visit. Have a great Easter weekend!

MYRA said...

Happy Easter to you and your family Brenda! Take care!

Betty Flocken said...

I couldn't find the bunny - but it is the middle of the night so I don't blame myself. Have a Wonderful Easter!

Winifred said...

Have a lovely Easter Brenda. Hope you get good weather.

Wikipedia suggests the bunnies appeared in Alsace and SW Germany in the 1600s and were originally made of pastry and sugar.

Reader Wil said...

Thanks again! See you!

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