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Modern Easter Eggs

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I feel I am committing a “craft crime” when I admit I prefer my Easter eggs un-dyed; white, brown, blue…any hue they wear in nature is good enough for me. This preference can be traced to my childhood growing up on a farm. I still recall the chicken coop, light seeping in between the boards, the mildly indignant whispers of the hens whenever I would enter, and the still-warm eggs gathered in a wire basket. It is as vivid a snapshot of happiness as I can conjure.   Read more