The Faberge egg is probably the most famous egg in the world. It grew in popularity thanks to the Romanov Family. It has since become part of the Easter celebration.
Whether we dye them or use the plastic kind, the egg has long been a symbol of Easter. Here are some facts about eggs in general, and some about how the egg and Easter go together. Eggs can last over 6-months when stored properly. Forget the Golden Goose, in 1290, King Edward I ordered 450 […]
For many, health insurance is part of our well-being. More than 202 million Americans had private health insurance, coverage provided through an entity for profit, and not federal or state government, compared to 83 million Americans who were enrolled in one of the various types of government sponsored health plans in 2007. Another 177 million […]
The countdown has begun for Easter. It’s the 31st of March this year. Here are some fun Easter facts to get you started in the celebration. Easter is the biggest candy consuming holiday, after Halloween of course! The most popular non-chocolate Easter candy? Peeps! Americans buy more than 700 million Peeps during the Easter celebration […]
It’s that time of year when the tune in the air is “Here comes Peter Cottontail. Hopping down the Bunny Trail…Hippity Hoppity Easter’s on its way…” This delightful tune is the creation of Steve nelson and Jack Rollins. The 1971 TV Special that brought Peter Cottontail into homes across America was co-written by Burgess, however […]