Whether you celebrate Passover or Easter, eggs are a part of the observance.
Plastic eggs to stuff, chocolate eggs, chalk eggs, eggs to dye, egg rolls, egg tosses, eggs to eat.
Eggs, eggs, eggs!
Have you seen the egg jokes in my Twitter feed? Here’s an
Q: How do bunnies stay healthy? A: Egg-xercise! ~Author Unknown
Looking for more egg jokes? Check out Jokes 4 us.
Sometimes I like learning fun facts and sharing them in my sessions. Check out these Incredible Edible Egg resources. Here’s a sample:
Quotes and expressions can be used in many ways. You can:
- Use them as topics for conversation.
- Use the start of a quote or expression and have people fill in the blanks with their own thoughts.
- Use them as rhythm patterns.
- Use them to inspire song writing.
eggsexamining the Brownielocks page of egg expressions and quotes.
exeggs-actly like you
There is something powerful about recognizing the uniqueness of those we serve – especially when we can remind people. Use “No One Like You” as sung by John Denver for a little song writing. The example that follows was written by a group of nursing home residents saying goodbye to a retiring staff member.
Get cracking and serve up some eggs in your sessions