Egg Hunting

By Chloe Ellison

Looking for eggs around the yard and house brings your competitive side out and makes a fun challenge for the family. Every other holiday you are supposed to be kind and serene. A good egg hunt brings out the action which is unseen in egg dyeing. What do you get out of egg dyeing? Messy fingers and a smelly egg. Gross. What do you get out of egg hunting? Candy, prizes and occasionally money. Amazing. Why would Jesus want us to paint a smelly egg when we could be having a friendly competition with our family while getting prizes? The Easter Bunny leaves us these eggs for a reason. Why would we not go out and get them? Dyeing your own eggs will put the Easter Bunny out of business. We wouldn’t want that would we? Egg hunting is for everyone, a toddler and a grandma can do it. You don’t even need to be good at art, unlike if you decide to dye an egg. Egg hunting is an easy enjoyable Easter activity for anyone to do. This Easter Sunday you need to embrace the better activity: a good old egg hunt.

“Egg hunting is better than egg dyeing because it brings a sense of excitement that egg dyeing doesn’t bring for me,” sophomore Jackson Cutlan said. “Egg hunting is fun and keeps you on the edge of your seat”