“Follow the bunny, he has the chocolate.”
Where do Easter Bunnies come from? These cute little bundles of fur are given the daunting task of delivering colorful Easter eggs to bow and girls on Easter morning. The small bunny above is an “Easter Bunny” in training and spends his time in a forest filled with Lady Banks Roses and tiny Easter eggs as he learns his trade.
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Bunnies in training learn to nestle in to small spaces peeking out amidst the vining plants to find the best path for delivering their brightly colored chocolate eggs.
“Easter combines the best of the present with the traditions of the past—like Cadbury cream eggs with hunting and gathering.” — Melanie White
The “Easter Bunny” drops by to see how they are progressing, showing them the larger eggs they will one day be responsible for delivering.
A younger bunny is found taking a power nap. He’s tuckered out from all the practicing.
“Easter Bunny Land” is a beautiful place to learn your trade.
The young bunnies work hard to fine tune their skills. In a year or two they will graduate to “Easter Bunnies” and joyfully deliver their beautiful eggs to lucky boy and girls.
“I am sending you beautiful and colorful eggs this Easter season. Be generous, don’t eat them alone, share them with your friends, and let them have a taste of the eggs. Happy Easter.”