well my childhood memories of easter are very fond
but does "getting the youngest, only girl, hyper already grandchild all hopped up on various candies, confections and chocolate so she bounces off the walls" considered tradition?
if so ,that was ours
my parents, errrrr i mean the "easter bunny" would hide presents over the house for me , (including underwear on a hanging lamp one year, didnt find that one too funny as I was 12 years old and had stopped wanting to do anything for easter for a few years now) we would have a fantastic dinner, mmmmmmmm miss those years, miss having all the people important to me around , sounds sappy and sentimental but now the its only my mom and I left, so what we do now when easter approaches is choose a night to go to a great restaurant, exchange some sweet stuff and rent movies
memories are what you make them...