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    Apr152017

    Saturday movie brief: Easter bonnets

    Easter Parade movie

    Easter parades and Easter bonnets were unfortunately never part of my holiday celebrations, not as a child nor as an adult. It seems overall, though, that even for those who did once celebrate Easter with such fun and finery, parades and bonnets have become mostly a thing of the past.

    Thank heavens for films, where we can still appreciate — and possibly reminisce on — those lovely traditions we've lost. This from EASTER PARADE rates among the sweetest:

     

    I must say, I recently learned Easter bonnets do live on in some circles. Click the adorable photo below to see how Grandma Joyce incorporates them into her family traditions:

    adorable girls in Easter bonnets

    Whether you and yours don bonnets or not, I wish you all a happy Easter!

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    Thank you, Lisa!
    Easter bonnets are a vivid memory from my past. I never witnessed a parade, but those bonnets - what a big deal they were to mother, who also added little white gloves, a dainty purse, and patent shoes to the fluffy dresses we wore to church those days!
    I wish you and your family a Blessed Easter!

    April 15, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJoyce
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