Tags: PAW-PAW, MAW-MAW, UNCLE BUBBA, ANDREW, KAMERON, EASTER, EGGS, PLAIN, SIMPLE, JENNA
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FAMILY TRADITION - POCKING EGGS. IF YOUR EGG BREAKS - GIVE IT TO THE WINNER.
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|Jesse77, at 08:24PM on Thursday August 28, 2008|
these are priceless! Your mom is really beautiful, I can see where you and Kameron get your good looks from! OK... I have to ask....what is POCKING? I haven't heard of it before HA!!! Looks fun :)
|JENNA, at 08:52PM on Thursday August 28, 2008|
Ok, pocking is: You boil and dye / decorate your eggs - then on Easter you meet w/ family & friends - one holds thier egg and the other person hits theirs on yours.... whoevers egg breaks is the loser... and they have to give the winner their egg. Andrew:its fun.... (Andrew wanted to add his thoughts... ha) Thank you!!!!
|BeachScraper, at 09:31PM on Thursday August 28, 2008|
Glad you asked Jesse, I was wondering the same thing. Family traditions are so much fun. Glad you shared this one with us.
|JENNA, at 06:14AM on Friday August 29, 2008|
|BeachScraper, at 09:22PM on Monday September 01, 2008|
Where is it that you live again, Jenna? Did you get any weather out of the hurricane? I will be watching "Hanna" this week and hoping it stays south like they say right now. ( further down the east coast of South Carolina) Hope all is ok.
|JENNA, at 10:49AM on Wednesday September 03, 2008|
I live in Welsh, Louisiana. We got alot of wind and rain from the hurricane but, we were very lucky. Our electricity is back on - everyone was in a state of panic so, now we are just waiting for the stores to stock up again etc. Still getting rain and tornado warnings... but, all in all we are good. Thanks for keeping an eye out for those other storms.... Your kindness is greatly appreciated!
|BeachScraper, at 07:53PM on Thursday September 04, 2008|
Glad to hear all is well after the hurricane. Hope all goes well with the next 2-3. Tommorrow night should be our worst, but looks like it is heading further north up the coast, into North Carolina..