It’s the little things in life that make you smile.
For instance, seeing that the logo for metal band Lamb Of God was used on the tickets for the annual Salem Community Easter Drama. Apparently, the town of Salem, VA, puts on this Easter drama every year in Sherwood Memorial Park and this year, they named their production “Lamb Of God.” Someone having to do with making up the tickets apparently found the band logo and plopped it on there and out it went.
Check out the image here above, via Reddit, of said ticket.
Some crafty, clever person created Easter eggs based on the crew of the Enterprise from Star Trek: The Next Generation. There’s egg versions of Worf, Dr. Crusher, Riker, Picard, Troi, Geordi, and Data.
Check out the photo here below – which character came out the best?
Right now, in Disneyland park in Anaheim, CA, there’s a big Springtime Roundup event at the Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree in Frontierland. Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are dressed in their Easter/Spring finest, and other characters like Br’er Rabbit, White Rabbit, Thumper, and more, including – of course – Mr. Easter Bunny, are greeting guests at the theme park.
The event runs through Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014, so if you’re in the Anaheim area this weekend, be sure to visit the Disneyland park for singing, dancing, egg decoration, and more Easter and Springtime fun.
Check out the videos here below, which include a look at the Springtime Roundup event, including the artisan egg decorating.
Roger Rabbit of 1988’s Who Framed Roger Rabbit hasn’t been seen up close at Disneyland for over a decade, but for Easter, the character made a rare appearance at the California theme park this week to lead guests in the annual Bunny Hop dance.
Check out the video here below, captured by the folks over at Behind The Magic, of Roger Rabbit mingling with the park guests on Main Street USA, doing the holiday dance with them.
Each year when the Easter season rolls around and people run out to get their children their very own bunnies only to then return or abandon them after the holiday when the novelty wears off, I encourage people to say “Make Mine Chocolate” – which means, if you want to give a bunny, make it a chocolate one!