Its Good Friday 2006 and the family is dying Easter Eggs. Cole reaches over and puts a dot of dye on Rascal….I say NO. STOP. Joe then reaches over and adds a couple dots of dye to Rascals head. Sternly and with a great deal of authority I say “I MEAN IT…YOU MAY NOT DYE Rascal.” I turn my back for one back for one minute and Cole and Joe have turned Rascal into a rainbow of Easter colors. Her blue tale is wagging blue dye all over kitchen. I sigh and tell Cole and Joe “I thought, I told you not to dye Rascal.” and then I smile and tell a wagging Rascal she looks beautiful and Easter Dying Rascal became a family Easter Tradition! Of-course every year, I still say sternly, YOU MAY NOY DYE RASCAL.” I’m responsible that way……
Happy Easter! Passover! Spring!
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For anyone who may be concerned the dye used is easter egg dye—safe for young, old and pets.