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This is so fun, I have never heard of this tradition. We plant Easter grass, we will have to give this a try next year.

I love this custom! We live in the middle of wheat country and it would be very appropriate to add to our traditions, even though Hungarian may be the one nationality not represented in our family. (gg) I need to file this for next year!

This is a tremendous and beautiful lesson in patience! Thank you! I'm sorry for not visiting more frequently but had no computer for 10 days...very distressing (HEHEHEHE!)

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