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Pilates Bunny

4 x 4 inches, Oil on Gessoboard - Sold

I've been exercising lately.  My hope is to get some flexibility and muscle strength.  I've given up on loosing weight...but enough about that because today, I want to focus on the Easter Bunny.   Children really enjoy the special talents of the Easter bunny.  How he comes up with all kinds of hiding places for Easter Baskets and eggs.   I have wonderful memories of said activities stretching (pun intended) from my childhood to watching my granddaughter. 

So in honor of the yearly work of the Easter Bunny and my ever increasing need of exercise, I created Palates Bunny.  Why not combine the two?

Thinking more about the Easter Bunny, I wonder why he stops hiding eggs when the youngest child gets wise to him.  The last Easter Egg hunt I had was in 2011, when the Easter Bunny asked this grandma to hide all the freshly dyed eggs.  I didn't count or keep track of their location.  We ended thinking all were found but, my dog Cooper found the last egg about a week later.

I'll be enjoying the other side of Easter also.  Easter Sunday at Church.



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