Monday, June 29, 2015

E.B.I.T. training, continued--Easter Egg concealment

Hey, what's up, dogs?  Today our new friend Carrots, the Easter-Bunny-in-Training (E.B.I.T.), is scheduled to show us his Easter Egg hiding abilities.  According to him, this is a very important part of his training, and one he must pass.  He wants to be a certified E.B. (Easter Bunny) by the time next year's holiday rolls around. 

So, let's get cracking on those eggs!  --Um.  No pun intended.

"So, what do you think?" Carrots asked.  "Be honest."

Err...ahem.  I think it's a good start.  You chose a very, uh, soft place to put the egg.  

"That's what I thought too!" Carrots said happily.

But...I have a suggestion.  If you really want to hide the egg, why not put it under the pillow?  Like this...

"Ooooh, yes!" Carrots exclaimed.  "I see what you mean."

And then, if you want to make it even trickier, why not choose an egg color that matches better with the pillow fabric?  Like this.

"Wow, that's a great idea!" Carrots said.   But then his brow furrowed.

What's wrong, Carrots?

"I just thought of something," Carrots said, looking worried.  "Do you think there are Easter eggs that are hidden so well that nobody can find them?"

That is an eggs-cellent question, Carrots.  What do you think, blog buddies?...

Oh, and also, we got mail last week!  It's a postcard from Sandy Bear.  He apparently went to someplace called Whistler...and went ziplining!  What an awesome adventure...Thanks for the card Sandy.

Till next time everybody!


  1. You're welcome guys! As for long-lost easter eggs... well yes, I think some never get found. They eventually hatch and release new E.B.I.T.s into the world. Right?

    1. Hmm, I never thought about that before. Sounds like a very serious question. ("Mommy, where do little Easter Bunnies come from?"...)

  2. You are doing a good job training Carrots. Nice to get a card from Whistler.

  3. Hmmm, I think Carrots might need some more practice hiding egss before she sits for her exams.

    1. Mmm...I can't disagree with you there, LF. We may have to run this part of the evaluation again.

      BTW, just to clarify, Carrots is a boy. The pink color throws a lot of people off. :)