I was flabbergasted to see an article in the paper about how to plan an Easter egg hunt. You just take eggs and hide them, then give kids a basket or a paper sack. That's it. What the hell is there to plan? Who needs an article? When I was little, I always loved hunting for Easter eggs. It was fun. Now, my brother was younger than I was and he had to get the easy ones, which was fine with me as I liked thinking in three dimensions and looking up on tree branches and the top of the back yard gate and such--he was welcome to the ones in the dog's water bowl [honest, there was one in the dog's water bowl once, the bowl being empty].
Then, after I was all grown, there was an Easter egg hunt at a neighbor's house. I snuck into their yard and left a dozen eggs in addition to the stuff they'd put out. I always wondered if they ever noticed the miscount. Probably not.
Of course, I don't eat hard boiled eggs. I did back when I was egg hunting age. But, in the fourth grade, I was given a hard boiled egg in my lunch by my grandmother. It was a rotten egg--literally. I got so sick from eating it that I still cannot eat a hard boiled egg to this day. So, if I go to an event that has hard boiled eggs or variants like deviled eggs--forget it. Not gonna happen. They aren't going down the hatch.