For Easter, I ate at the Dueck’s house with Ruth and Stan Dueck and Judy and Richard Klassen. I wanted to bring something to the dinner myself, but am a reasonably ungifted cook, so I opted to buy a dessert. I look around Walmart and there is such a bright selection of chocolate things for kids, and I guess I just wanted to bring back that kid feeling to Easter a bit. I also wanted to add an Easter ritual. At first I was going to get a regular chocolate Easter bunny, but then I found Winnie the Pooh instead and decided that we would divide the Pooh for Easter. Unintentional hilarity ensues when you divide up pooh at a dinner table….
For everyone, pass the pooh–this pooh is for you.
Seeing you and your quirky humor felt like a long, friendly phone call. I hope you post more videos.
Said Pooh when Disney got their mitts on him: I feel hollow inside.
But, hey, look, it’s Jerome. Sorta live and in person!