Those who know me will tell you that no matter where I go, I usually have at least one bottle of water with me. I do enjoy other drinks, but water is definitely my drink of choice. I’m very peculiar in my choices of water that I will drink, however. I won’t drink my tap water unless I have to. I only buy gallons of water from the store that I will drink when I’m at home. I try very hard to not drink a soda or coffee while I’m at work. I always take a bottle of water for my day and if it is empty by the end of the day, I will fill it with water from the cooler in our hallway.
People from many different cultures have a tradition for decorating eggs, usually at Easter or in pagan celebrations for the beginning of spring. Civilizations such as the Roman and the Persian observed the ritual and there is a tradition amongst Jewish people. Some people regarded the eggs as a reward after the sacrifice of Lent and as a symbol of hope, following Christ’s resurrection. Chicken eggs were painted or dyed but the Easter eggs that are part of modern culture are normally chocolate eggs. Slavic countries celebrate springtime with very brightly colored eggs.