This year’s Easter Sunday will be unlike those celebrated in the previous years. That’s because we are all supposed to stay indoors. That would mean we can’t do the usual things we do on Easter Sunday.
For example, we can’t stage an elaborate Easter egg hunting competition for our nephews and nieces. Heck, we can’t even be in the same place as our nephews and nieces and most of our loved ones. That’s because we all have to do social distancing for the greater good.
But we can still celebrate Easter Sunday despite our situation. One practical idea is to watch Easter Sunday content on YouTube. Doing so will remind us of the days when things were normal, and we can celebrate holidays as usual.
Here’s one of those videos. We carefully chose it for you. Please enjoy and Happy Easter!
Our featured video is not your ordinary Easter egg hunting video. It features dogs instead of children. That makes it ten times cuter.
The dogs in the video are Memphis and Kira and a third dog whose name we don’t know. They love to play hide and seek. That’s why hunting for Easter eggs comes naturally to them.
The dogs’ human used plastic Easter eggs. She advises her video subscribers to closely monitor their dogs during Easter egg hunting to ensure the dogs’ safety. These eggs might be choking hazards.
Our huskies deftly find the hidden Easter eggs in an otherwise spacious backyard. Their Easter egg hunting skills are truly admirable. Inside these eggs are delicious treats.
The smell of those treats guides the dog to the eggs’ whereabouts. That explains why our huskies prove quite good at hunting them. Surely by the end of the hunting game, the dogs have filled up their tummies.
Thanks to Gone to the Snow Dogs