Good Monday Hubbers, I hope you had a great weekend. For me it has been a
sunny and warm weekend, which is very much welcome after the long winter
that we had. Being as nice as it was I couldn't help myself and had to
have a "gardening weekend" preparing the garden for spring fun and Easter
Isn't it amazing how time passes so fast and we are again at
that time of the year?
I always like to write and read about Easter because it is such a rich
festivity that you always learn something new. My memories from my first
Easter celebrations take me back to South America and the deep religious
content of Easter, starting with heavy-hearted religious festivities and
ending with colourful parades; an ambiance that I only encountered again
in Spain and its Easter celebrations. Nowadays, I see Easter differently.
Where I live now, Easter is a happy festival where children enjoy
egg-hunting and craft-making during this period and families take the
opportunity to meet and have spring lunches. And you... How is Easter in
your part of the world? Do you celebrate Easter? Do you talk about its
meaning to your children? Do you just wait for the Easter break to go
away on holidays? Come on, this is the week to tell us about how do you
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We celebrate Easter in many ways here in Kenya. The children close schools during this time for April Holidays/ Easter Holidays. The parents and children are excited after four months of being away in boarding schools, family reunions ...
Such a good topic for the hubmob Princessa, will make a great hub out of it and share. It will also give us the diverse celebration of Easter from different part of the world.
It will be fantastic to read about Easter in Kenya
My hub is a a short explanation on the religious days we observe leading up to Easter day
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Days-Of-The … on-Symbols
My HubMob is about my Childhood Memories of Easter
I think this is a great idea, and I am excited to be a part of the weekly hub mob again. I have taken a little time off, but not for any real good reason other than being crazy busy. Here is my hub,
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Have-Fun … -Have-Done
I just wanted to share in that hub, my personal experiences with Easter, and the ideas and fun we have had as a family and community, etc. Look forward to reading others as well! Thanks Princessa for the great idea
Great Christan religious ceremony. Every culture of diverse countries celebrate this at their own way. But the biggest ceremony is to be held at Israel where you could smell the reality of Easter, traditionally being carried over by all generations.
I enjoyed last week's Mother's Day hubs and had a wonderful surprise when I found one from my daughter, Cara (hubber: cardelean) included about our trip to Europe together.
I'm looking forward to reading the Easter hubs. Great idea to get spring rolling, Princessa!
Here is the second hub ;-) :
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Celebrat … nd-Friends
In general in this hub I talk about family, love and what to do or how to prepare for Easter. Short and sweet.
Hi, this is my first attempt at writing something for the hubmob topic so I hoped I did well for my first time. I simply wrote about my childhood traditions and my traditions as an adult. Thanks for reading. Sunshyne
Sorry put my reply in the wrong place.
My HubMob for Easter is about My childhood memories
I just wrote about my most poignant Easter memory.
My hub is about the history of Easter Eggs
http://hubpages.com/hub/Decorated-eggs- … d-Folklore
I got lost in the history of the Romanovs and the most valuable Easter Eggs ever gifted.
Here's my contribution to the Hubmob weekly
The world's Best Easter Eggs: The Genius of Carl Fabergé
OK, I think I messed this up and I'm not sure how to fix it. I didn't "answer the question" to start this hub, so I don't know if it will work as part of the hubmob (my brain is fried lately). I did include the RSS feed and image. Is there a way to retroactively "answer the question" with a hub that was already started?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Natural-Easter- … -Dyes?done
Nope, afraid not. Your options are to re-enter your hub thru the link, and delete the current one, or write one or more additional Easter hubs, and link to this one.
Thanks, rmcrayne. I'll try again (maybe with a different hub) and actually follow the directions this time. Apparently, I need more coffee to kick my brain into gear!
Surely the time for generating thousands of hubs that no one wants to read is behind us?
Okay. So here's a link to my Easter hub. I actually would've followed the directions this time except I'd already started this hub before this week's topic was announced. I've got more Easter ideas in mind, though, so I'll think them up with this one.
A vegetarian Easter meal http://hubpages.com/hub/A-Vegetarian-Easter-Dinner
I wrote a hub about the chocolate fueled mania that as a child possessed me every Easter .
http://hubpages.com/hub/Easter-and-Chil … d-Memories
This hub is about Ukrainian decorative Easter eggs
http://hubpages.com/hub/Pysanka-theDeco … Easter-Egg
Nice topic. Here's mine:
As the title suggests, it's a short Hub about Easter in Australia.
This is my first hubmob hub so I hope everything is ok
It was lovely to learn about the White House Egg Roll that happens at Easter in the USA.
Being from the UK this was a new tradition to me but sounded like fun so wrote about it for this hub.
A fond Easter memory
but i'm having problems posting the rss feed...
Hello, Princessa! Everyone is taking part on Easter. It's a celebration of life.
My piece is a light-hearted look at the all important topic of "Easter Candy"..
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Best-Easter … asket?done
Here's one from me
Coloring Easter Eggs: How to color Easter Eggs with natural dyes
This is my first post here and 1st Hubpage. My Hub cannot be published for reasons I do not understand. They say something about my IP? Does it mean that if I live in the Philippines I cannot create a Hubpage?
Took another stab at it: I think I did it correctly this time. When Easter was Banned: http://hubpages.com/hub/When-Easter-Was … liefs?done
Here is an easy and delicious Easter meal that is sure to have your guests asking for more!
http://hubpages.com/hub/An-Easy-and-Com … ster-Feast
Delicious recipes. I think I will join you at Easter time...what do you think?
I think it's a great idea, especially since my sister will be doing the cooking!
Here's my hubmob contribution. A few ways to share some fun.
Whew-- I got in just under the wire for this week's Hubmob topic and I'm glad I did-- brought back such great memories of Peeps--Has anyone else tried roasting them like marshmallows? Anyway, thanks Princessa for a great topic and Happy Easter everybody here's my hub:)
http://hubpages.com/hub/It-Wouldnt-Be-E … Peeps?done
Here's my hub about what to do with leftover Easter eggs - a common problem at my house!
Here is my Easter HubMob contribution about Extreme Easter Egg Hunts
I wrote on my childhood memories of Easter as it was for me, a magical time.
Reading special books to children at Easter is a favorite pasttime of mine. Here is a short list of some classics.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-Childrens- … f-All-Ages
I have written a Hub on how chocolate Easter Eggs came about, chocolate being one of my favorite foods.
Last one for this hubmob challenge! Easy Easter crafts for your child!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Easy-Easter-Cra … f-All-Ages
Hello, Good Monday HubMobsters. Anyone else publishing an Easter hub before we start with this week's topic?
The new topic for the week is ready: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/70269
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