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March 30, 2018


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Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

Lovely memories and I admit I haven't been to church in a very long time. Growing up we went to Easter services and always in a new outfit. Also, it might be an Australian 'thing' but each Easter most kids received a pair of flannelette pyjamas plus Easter Eggs. I think because Easter is in Autumn the gift of Winer PJs was timely. It is amazing when I mention this to my Aussie friends and they all have the same memory too!

Rebecca Forstadt Olkowski

Even though we only celebrated Easter with Easter eggs and Passover, I loved when we used to get dressed up, white gloves and all, to go out in "Easter bonnets" I was always a girly girl.


Hi Sue,

Thanks for telling me about the Australian tradition of getting flannel pajamas along with Easter eggs. It sure makes sense.



Hi Rebecca,

I enjoyed getting dressed up for Easter, too, as the photo above shows.


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