Easter Bunny

@carolbee (16244)
United States
March 19, 2008 12:03pm CST
The Easter Bunny is going to have to deliver eggs this year in a boat. We have some major flooding going on and the rivers haven't crested yet. The bulk of the mess will most likely happen tomorrow night. So, can you picture a pink bunny floating through a backyard to hide the eggs?
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@byfaithonly (10717)
• United States
19 Mar 08
Fun part will be finding the eggs as they float from county to county :) Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers that the flooding won't get worse and both eggs and 'Bunny' will be fine.
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@carolbee (16244)
• United States
19 Mar 08
Actually, the flooding is not in our immediate area...whew! And when the eggs are finished floating from county to county they will be rotten. Thanks for responding.
@byfaithonly (10717)
• United States
19 Mar 08
Well that's good that it's not near but could add a new twist to egg hunts - using fish nets to catch them as they float by and everyone should add their location to their eggs when painting them so the people who find them know where they came from and how far they traveled.
@carolbee (16244)
• United States
21 Mar 08
Good idea. Make it a floating egg contest to see whose egg went the farthest. The flooding in the midwest is a mess right now. Many highways and roads closed.
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
29 Mar 08
The Easter Bunny better hide the eggs in the trees or on high up window sills. Cuz everything else sounds like it's flooded. How did things work out for Easter? Take care.
@carolbee (16244)
• United States
29 Mar 08
Since our kids are grown and our grandkids live out of state, the Easter bunny didn't stop by our house. It snowed pretty good Easter morning but melted right away. Was cold and windy. I felt bad for any kids trying to hunt eggs. Thanks for responding.
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@writersedge (22579)
• United States
8 Apr 08
The Easter Bunny has to contend with snow lots of years in NY State, esp. up in the northern end. So he has eggs hidden indoors. Take care
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
21 Sep 08
Thanks for best response. Hope it's warmer this year or else that the Easter Bunny hides eggs indoors (remember, none are under the couch kids unless you're sure there are no dust bunnies under there-could be really embarassing). Thanks and take care.
@jillhill (37357)
• United States
19 Mar 08
Did you put up a little dock so he can stop at your house?
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@carolbee (16244)
• United States
21 Mar 08
Now that's a cute answer. Maybe I should get out my old fishing pole as well..lol
@jillhill (37357)
• United States
21 Mar 08
I would......if he floats by you won't get anything so you can hook him with your fishing pole! LOL
@blackbriar (9126)
• United States
20 Mar 08
The Easter Bunny just might use his ears as wings to fly all the eggs to their proper destinations. That way he won't risk drowning or getting wet. Even thou the river has dropped a foot, it's still pretty wet in and surrounding areas. The Easter Bunny will be able to hide his egss in our yard this year for our daughter to find thou. He couldn't other years cause it was just too cold for him. So far, this past week has been pretty mild despite the rain.
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@carolbee (16244)
• United States
21 Mar 08
How fun. Enjoy those moments. Our kids are grown so we don't have to work along side the Easter bunny to hide eggs. Thanks for responding.
@stephcjh (32388)
• United States
20 Mar 08
We have major flooding here in Indiana also. The school was closed today because of it and may be closed tomorrow also. the water is very high right up the road from here. It is over the roads and getting into people's homes also. I feel sorry for the little bunnies. I hope the Easter Bunny can row a boat, LOL.
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@carolbee (16244)
• United States
21 Mar 08
Missouri is a mess right now. We don't have any problem in our immediate area but the Easter bunny is going to have a rough time getting into the flooded areas. I heard Indiana was also effected by the flooding. Stay dry. Thanks for responding.
@TerryZ (22146)
• United States
19 Mar 08
I think you might be right.LOL We dont have any floods yet. And I thought for a second there I saw the sun. But that fast it was gone.heheheh It would be funny! How do know the bunny is pink?
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@carolbee (16244)
• United States
19 Mar 08
I really don't know if the Easter Bunny is pink, beige or brown. It's been so many years since I saw him/her delivering eggs to our kids. It was before I had wrinkles and a bad back...lol
@sconibear (8002)
• United States
19 Mar 08
i lives in St. Joseph, MO. like 16 or 17 years ago when the Mississippi flooded. there was so muck water that we didn't have any water (flooded the water plant) you could look across the river to Kansas where they had a redi-mix cement company and you could just see the hoppers on the back of the cement trucks sticking out of the water. luckily, we lived on a hill. i think the Easter bunny is like the mailman...rain, sleet, etc.
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@carolbee (16244)
• United States
19 Mar 08
I agree, the Easter bunny is very reliable in any kind of weather. Thanks for responding.
@NrgDfenZ (1810)
• Belgium
21 Sep 08
Yes I can imagine that :p But it would look strange :D Have a nice day..
@carolbee (16244)
• United States
21 Sep 08
Thanks for responding to my discussion. We are now 7 months after this discussion was started and we are still having a mess with flooding.