Let’s just say that Ian looks skeptical for good reason. After all, I learned at a very tender age that:
1. The Easter Bunny “breaks into homes” whilst children are at Sunday School and while mothers are “trying to tidy up the house.”
2. Even “chasing him with a broom” doesn’t prevent him from “hopping around wildly and hiding chocolate and jelly beans,” which are “horrible for your teeth and for your health, in general.”
3. He has “absolutely no respect for carpeting” and “tracks mud all over the place,” causing mothers to spend their “whole morning vigorously vacuuming,” so that there are “no paw prints” in evidence by the time the children get back home.
I got some updated information at the Palisades Mall the other day, though. What I learned is that:
1. The Easter Bunny now needs to wear spectacles. (Must be all that map… and GPS reading he has done over all these years in order to deliver eggs around the world). I think it’s a good look for him.
2. He’s very gentle with three month-olds.
3. By charging 1 million dollars for every photograph, he’s got a great gig going: relative to hopping, sitting there like this seems a lot like passive income. After all, it’s not about working harder, it’s about working smarter.
And it’s worth. Every. Cent.
Have a great one!