Happy Good Friday! The memories of a harsh winter are starting to fade and the hope of spring is beginning to bloom.
Q: How do bunnies stay healthy?
Q: Do you know how bunnies stay in shape? A: Hareobics.
Q: What did the eggs do when the light turned green?
A: They egg-cellerated.
Q: How can you tell where the Easter Bunny has been? A: Eggs marks the spot.
Q: What did the bunny want to do when it grew up? A: Join the hare force.
Q: What do the call an Easter Bunny on a farm? A: Dinner (or supper as the case may be).
A man in a movie theater notices what looks like a rabbit sitting next to him. “Are you a rabbit?” asked the man, surprised. “Yes.” “What are you doing at the movies?” The rabbit replied, “Well, I liked the book.”
An infant rabbit was orphaned. Fortunately though, a family of squirrels took it in and raised it as if it were one of their own. This led to some strange behaviors on the part of the rabbit, including a tendency for it to avoid jumping, but instead to run around like the other squirrels. One day the rabbit was really feeling sad, so it went to its step-parents to discuss the problem. After explaining to them how it felt different from its step-siblings, they gave him a big hug and said, “Don’t scurry, be hoppy.”
Read the following slowly and out loud
C D E D B D bunnies?
M R not E D B D bunnies!
O S A R! C D E D B D fluffy cottontails?
L I B! M R 2 E D B D bunnies!
Thought for the Week “The great gift of Easter is hope – Christian hope which makes us have that confidence in God, in his ultimate triumph, and in his goodness and love, which nothing can shake.” ~Basil Hume