It was homework five years ago. Our boy had to find out how people celebrate Easter in different countries and then try an Easter activity from around the world.

Apparently, an old French custom was rolling raw eggs down a slope to symbolise the stone being rolled away from the tomb.

So we rolled raw eggs down our street. Until someone thought it was a great idea to smash them on the pavement.

Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #25: Broken

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  1. I didn’t know the bit about the eggs being raw. For a few years when my son was younger, we would boil a lot of eggs, get thecneighbourhood kids to paint them then roll them down a local hill. Lots of fun and not too messy.

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