6 Reasons Why Easter Didn’t Rock

Posted: April 6, 2010 by jerkmagblog in SAGE -- editor's picks
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Juliet, my 5-year-old cousin, beating me in the annual Easter egg hunt.

Juliet, my 5-year-old cousin, beating me in the annual Easter egg hunt.

Easter isn’t exactly my most favorite of holidays to begin with, needless to say I turn into a super drama queen when something goes slightly askew.

Birthdays are awesome because they come with presents and cake, Christmas means time spent baking cookies and listening to James Stewart’s unmistakeable accent as George Bailey, but Easter isn’t filled with the same initial excitement. Sure, chocolate bunnies and Peeps are something to look forward to, but I don’t really see what all the fuss is about.

I clearly woke up on the wrong side of the bed this past Sunday morning, because while running on 4.5 hours of sleep I proceeded to have one of the worst Easters ever. Here are 6 reasons why my 2010 Easter didn’t rock:

  1. The Easter Bunny forgot to include “fun size” Milky Ways in my basket–an annual staple.
  2. My siblings and I got stuck in the Church basement for 9:00 a.m. mass with the less popular priest and the majority of children under the age of 5.
  3. My head decided to provide me with a pounding headache not even a series of Mimosas could cure.
  4. My five-year-old cousin beat me in an Easter egg hunt.
  5. My good friend didn’t know who Joe Biden was.
  6. I forgot to dye Easter eggs.

Hopefully Mother’s Day will be somewhat of an improvement.

~Krystie Yandoli, Blog Editor

  1. Kelsie says:

    Well I had a hangover.

    (Dear Jesus, please ignore this. In good morals, kelsie)

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