Here are the clues I used:
To find your basket from the Easter Bunny
You’ll follow clues that are sometimes funny.
Work as a team – all together
Decide where to go – then look for your treasure.
Try not to run, leave no one behind,
It’s Easter booty you’re trying to find.
The clues are hidden in plastic eggs
First go look where mom props her legs.
That took some thinking, but it’s long ‘til you’re through
Where you keep the glasses is clue number two.
You’re getting good – working as a team
Clue number three is by the hair cream.
You’re on the right track – now on to clue four
It’s where we keep the machine to clean the floor
And now a riddle for the fifth one:
They usually need water and lots of sun
But this one’s not real though the leaves are still green
Look down below and the clue will be seen.
Five clues you have found in time that is rare
For clue number six look by the gold pear.
You’re getting close, but there’s still a few more
For clue number seven look behind a door.
It’s usually open near what looks kind of like rocks
For further help seek near the blocks.
Very nice job, you’re doing great –
Now look in dad’s closet for clue number eight.
That was fast – you’re almost there!
For clue number nine
Check the willow chair.
This is it – the very last clue
It’s been so fun watching you.
You’ve worked really hard and run to and fro
You’ve worked up a sweat that’s starting to show.
If you had time to get fresh as a flower
Where would you go? Perhaps in your shower?
That’s where you should look to find your booty
But first thank your mom – that’s your duty.
They had a ball running all over the house and we enjoyed watching them while we kept warm by the fire.
I was so tired in the afternoon - but I still did my traditional viewing of Steel Magnolias. Can't let the season pass without watching it. It's one of my all time favorites full of great lines and zingers.
Now for the big news...
On the Monday after I had ALL the Easter decorations put away and ready to go back to the shed. (and there's only one more box of Christmas stuff that needs to go out...)