I feel so wrong admitting this but you know what’s worse than finding a worm in your apple? Finding nothing in my childhood Easter egg hunts! But hey, all that egg-citing training taught me some valuable life lessons. For starters, I now know that there are people out there who would crawl through a field of cow patties just to get their hands on your golden egg.
Easter Goodie Greed
Well, I guess it’s true what they say – “the yolks on us” when it comes to basket envy! Who knew that eggs could be such a source of power and greed? But hey, let’s not judge too harshly – we all have our weaknesses. Some people prefer to scramble for their share of the egg-citement. As for me, I like to take things sunny-side up and not worry too much about who’s got more in their basket. After all, when it comes to eggs, it’s all over-easy if you just crack a smile and enjoy the hunt.
I found something far more valuable than any old golden egg. I called it “peeps for keeps” – a blessin’ of a lesson on the sweetness of true friendship.
Hopping into Friendship with Sweet Peeps
The best friends at an Easter egg hunt are those who embody the true spirit of Southern hospitality. Here are some of the best friends you might find at an Easter egg hunt down South:
The Belle: This friend is the epitome of grace and charm, just like a true Southern belle. She’s happy to help others find eggs with a smile on her face.
The Rascal: This friend is full of mischief and loves to play pranks, just like a classic Southern rascal. He’s always up for a good time and knows how to make others laugh, even if it means getting a little dirty or breaking a few rules.
The Fixer: This friend is a true problem-solver, just like a handyman down South. She’s always ready with a solution to any egg hunting challenge, whether it’s finding a hidden egg or repairing a broken basket.
The Explorer: This friend is always up for an adventure, just like the brave explorers of the South. She’s not afraid to venture into the unknown and will stop at nothing to find the perfect egg, whether it’s up in a tree or down in a creek.
So, darlin’, if you want to find the best friends at an Easter egg hunt in the South, look for those who embody these characteristics. They’ll be the ones who make the day unforgettable and leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.
Jane Jenkins Herlong is a Sirius XM Humorist, international best-selling and award-winning author, professional singer, recording artist, and professional speaker. Her expertise in the art of public speaking has earned her a coveted spot in the prestigious Speaker Hall of Fame. In addition, Jane has achieved the recognition by the National Speakers Association as a Certified Speaking Professional. With her unique blend of humor, storytelling, and wisdom, Jane is sure to leave a lasting impression on any audience