E is for easter eggs #A to Z blogging challenge

Welcome to my letter E post in the blogging A to Z challenge.

Easter is coming. And this morning I went out shopping for easter eggs.

I had already bought Frances an easter egg, I got her a Cadbury’s fruit and nut one.

I got it weeks ago because they can be hard to find.

I needed easter eggs for my niece and nephew.

I ended up getting my niece Lauren a Lindor gold bunny, and I got my nephew a tin of Cadbury’s easter treats.

I spent more than I would have liked to, but I didn’t care, they are worth it.

Of course I treated myself to a Lindor egg too. It is a milk chocolate egg and there are mini eggs inside of it.

Frances also gave me a huge Cadbury’s dairy milk easter egg.

It has the Cadbury’s egg, and two gigantic bars of dairy milk chocolate in it.

So I am not short on chocolate!

Mom and my sister didn’t want easter eggs, so I bought them some lottery scratch cards and an easter card each.

I bought my dad two easter eggs, Cadbury’s whispa ones.

So that was my shopping excursion for easter this morning!

Now all that is left to do is munch my way through the eggs!


Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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