Hello, mersquad coven!
I actually got out of the house today and got some Samoa Mocha from a local coffee shop in my town. They did a great job and maintaining the social distancing directives, although a lot of their customers did not… Oh well. Can’t help the behavior of other people. I was the only one with a mask on too, so that was a little disconcerting, but I kept myself safe.
Thank you again so much to Michelle @ Michelle Likes Things for hosting these past few days for Bookending Spring! Can you believe that April is almost over? Ugh time has been going by both very quickly and very slowly. It’s a strange feeling. Let’s see what we’re doing today.
A fun look at Dutch Easter candy! Tell us your favorite candies that your country/culture has during the Easter/springtime!
Easter candy hmmmmmmmmm.
Be sure to click on Michelle’s name above so you can see the Easter candy that she talks about on her blog. I’ve never learned about Dutch Easter candy before but it was so great to read more about it from Michelle!
As far as in the United States, I guess we like to eat chocolate covered bunnies and peeps for Easter? In my family, we are more involved with what Easter means in the Catholic religion, and that day is the day that Jesus is resurrected from the grave, as he was dead for three days before he rose again. I haven’t been to church in so long, and I don’t know if I am the best one to talk about the religious aspects of Easter, but that’s what I know my grandma and my mom would be doing on Easter if this year was status quo.
And what about you? Do you have any special Easter candies in your country or culture that you enjoy?