If you missed the David Douglas Diamonds and Jewelry Easter egg hunt for adults, not to worry...there's still time.
In the spirit of Easter egg hunts, David Douglas Diamonds held an adult egg hunt April 2-7. Colored plastic eggs filled with gemstones and surprises were hidden in Publix, Sandy Plains Park, Mountain View Regional Library, and other Northeast Cobb locations. East Cobb resident Jane Keever Bailey found a blue topaz in an egg during her visit to the jewelry store. There are 67 eggs left filled with gemstones, surprises and one lucky person will win a $2,000 diamond. No purchase necessary. Stop in to crack yours open today. Know about an important deadline coming up? Tell us in the comments, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You also can post your own event or announcement for everyone to see.
Spring break and Easter in the same week. I spent last week racing around to get the goodies for the boys' Easter baskets because I knew I wouldn’t be seeing any alone time this week.
My mom always made Easter baskets like a mini Christmas, so of course I have to follow in her footsteps because I loved it as a kid. Also, I can’t forget those fantastic plastic eggs that are so much fun to cram candy in for the all important Easter Egg Hunt. One thing we've incorporated from my husband’s family is putting money in the eggs. Not much...just some pocket change and then a “Golden Egg” that has a $5 bill in it. But back to the plastic eggs...is it me or do those things multiply? They are like Christmas lights--you never think you have enough so you buy new ones and then find the mother load from last year. Even if I take the candy and leave the eggs at egg hunts we attend I still have enough plastic eggs to stock the …