Covert Matters Digest
Bonnets, Church-going & Fashionable Dining
By Jim Lehman
Easter memories abound as I grew to an adult age. Surprisingly, tradition of the “Easter Bunny” continues into the last quarter of life’s game.
Child hood was a time for early impressions of Easter. Mouthwatering dreams of munching into a leg or meaty part of Bunnies milk chocolate anatomy.
A nurturing of somewhat cannibalistic tendencies for chewy eggs too.
Dominant memory was that of fashion. Easter bonnet and all that placed a great emphasis upon Church-going and lunching at a fashionable dining site of the city
Mom and Dad of course always saw to it that at least new duds include knickers, a new shirt, or shoes in the austere days of World War II and after.… Read More