Why are there Easter eggs in the supermarkets now?? It's not Easter until April! It's like Christmas starting in September, I can see it takes a bit of planning and organising but how much preparation do we need for Easter? Do we really need three months to decide how much chocolate we are going to buy and who has which eggs? It used to start just a couple of weeks before not in January. I mean people completely forget what these holidays are all about, Jesus has barely been born and now we are preparing for the anniversary of his death (depending on your belief's) It's just too soon!!
I would also just like a bit of a break of seeing chocolate everywhere as well, I can put weight on just by looking at chocolate. It's all there in the big boxes of Quality Street and Roses and choccy santas, now it's wall to wall eggs and chocolate bunnies, HELP ME! Someone ring Chocolate Anonymous.
I love eggs, the other kind that are there all year round I mean and today I bought blue eggs, not because they tempted me on the box with the 'creamy yolk' talk, but because they just look pretty. I now have eggs that match my son's blue eggshell bookcase in his bedroom. I did wonder though whether there were blue hens laying these eggs and I always smile at a feather stuck to an egg, makes me feel it's very fresh and just popped out, literally behind the scenes at Aldi. I bet these egg shells would look fabulous painted, like we used to decorate them when we were young. Someone brought in a great interior designer in as well as the insides of the shell are blue, poor brown ones have to put up with the run of the mill magnolia painted ceilings......see even eggs are a work of art.
Scrambled, poached, fried, sunny side up or down they are lovely and ssshhh even the creme eggs are delish ( I tried one today just to see if they were fresh) 9 syns on slimming world just gone like that woosh!
Anyway enjoy!! and Happy Easter.......catch you (after breakfast) tomorrow..........
What to Buy Wednesday
From May 2020 I will be writing a poem about something I may have purchased or would like to purchase.