This year, my third-grade son suggested that we dye our Easter eggs black. Black?! If you met my boys, you would understand. How do you even DO that, I wondered? So I said, "No black eggs -- it's Easter, not Halloween!" However, through some kind of food coloring mishap, the eggs that were supposed to be blue came out such a dark, midnight blue that they really DO look black. The rest of the eggs are normal colors, just very vivid. I think I put way too much food coloring overall. Anyway, after the kids went to bed, a wicked urge came over me and I went to town on the eggs with a Sharpie marker. Tomorrow morning, I plan to act really surprised and exclaim, "Boys! Look what the Easter Bunny did to your eggs!!"
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