Along with the eggs covered with feathers and straw were a pair of green eggs. Kosta's uncle proclaims these eggs to have reduced cholesterol. I don't know why he believes this but it is so. It reminded me of my friend Mel's post about green eggs.
Wednesday, I went to our local book store and the owner is an absolute doll. She's really peppy and as soon as she saw me she ran into the backroom and came out with some eggs. Apparently, her neighbor unloaded a bunch on her and she was generous enough to share. Also, with it being the Lenten season, those that are fasting are giving a lot of eggs away so that they're not wasted. And since we're not fasting-we're prime candidates to receive a lot of eggs. Now, before she gave the eggs to me she ran into the backroom again to bring out a cup of water. She wanted to show me how one can tell if an egg is really "fresh" or not. So, she put an egg into the cup of water -horizontally. It sat that way -on its side and didn't move, which apparently means it's fresh. If the egg was to tilt vertically, then it's not so fresh. According to her method of verification, they were very fresh. That was really cute and I appreciated her enthusiasm -and the eggs of course.
Well, that's all I have about the eggs. I hope that anyone that's celebrating Good Friday today has a nice one. Oh, and if you're going to a fish fry in Wisconsin...have a big piece of beer battered cod for me!