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March 22, 2013

How to Celebrate 2013 Easter Sunday?

Easter Day symbolizes the day of Jesus Christ’ resurrection and the return of happiness, mercy and compassion into the world. We are all very delighted to hear that 2013 Easter Sunday falls on March 31. It is one of the most important and holiest holidays in the Christian almanac. Chocolate bunnies, magnificent marshmallow chicks, lilies and brilliantly colored Easter eggs are closely associated with Easter. Immerse yourself in such an gorgeous holiday spirit, what will you do to welcome and celebrate this traditional holiday?

1. Make Easter Holiday Basket

A good and fun-filled activity for you and your children to take part in is the age-old tradition of making Easter holiday baskets. You don’t have to shell out major money to buy your children a long lasting, durable, set of Easter holiday baskets. On the contrary, you will find plenty of inspiration for holiday cheer by making your own Easter baskets out of construction paper or other readily available household materials.

2. Plan a Easter Egg Hunt

It’s an experience no family should miss! If you have already made a few dozen colored eggs, you can plant them out in the back yard or a neighboring field, and watch the little tykes hunt around for them! They’ll enjoy themselves as they hunt for the eggs, and you’ll have a family friendly bonding experience with your neighbors.

3. Make-Ahead Casual Easter Lunch

We had great fun in preparing Easter dinner menu. As the holiday is coming soon, it is your best course of action to plan ahead for a big holiday dinner. Baked ham glazed with aromatic vermouth, a brisk and effervescent Champagne Limoncello Cocktail, Dill and smoked salmon stuffed eggs, sweet carrots, fingerling potatoes, baby artichokes, and strawberries, etc. just pick and choose which menu ideas you’ll like to incorporate into your Easter dinner traditions. And you will enjoy a lot of fun.

4.  Make Adorable Easter Crafts

Making adorable Easter crafts for the fast approaching Easter holiday is another good activity to celebrate this holy festival. You don’t need special skills or a bunch of time because some homemade Easter crafts can all be done super fast! It is a fun way to create memories and give as a gift to a grandparent or special someone.  Easter’s just around the corner, so start your preparation now!

5.  Go on Easter Day Trip

Want to enjoy a marvelous Easter Day journey with your family and special ones? In all fairness, this can be a brilliant idea to celebrate if you have time and money. Easter Island, North Carolina, Virginia, Rom, Spain, etc are all good place for Easter Day travel.

April 6, 2012

2012 Easter Special Offer Rolls Out: Win Multimedia Software at “Up-to-You” Price & Big Discount

Leawo Software kicks off Easter 2012 Special Offer for celebrating this vital day: video and audio software can be priced and purchased at users’ proposal (not exceed the minimum), and up to 50% discount will be provided for product purchase.

Spring definitely arrives with days of gorgeous sunshine and warm weather, and the annual Easter Day with resurrection symbol comes again. In order to celebrate the arrival of all things fresh and new Leawo Software offers a great deal on all its video and audio solutions. Users are given the right to price the software and get it at the price decided if it is within the price range. In addition, users can win the program with a huge 50% price off. Visit Leawo Software Special Offer to save money and time while shopping multimedia tools to tackle with Easter video and audio files. The rare chance is available from March 31 to April 15, 2012. For detailed information of 2012 Easter Special Offer, please visit:
http://www.leawo.com/software-giveaway.html

“Up-to-You” Price Rule
1. Each product has a price range( Minimum: secret)
2. Fill desired price into the blank space & click “OK”.
3. Users get 3 times to adjust the price in 24 hrs.
As to the products included in this special offer, users can take them into use for various using purposes:
a. Blu-ray Copy to backup Blu-ray discs to hard disk and DVD discs
b. Total media converter to convert HD/common video & audio, convert BD/DVD discs to media files
c. Blu-ray Creator or DVD maker to create BD/DVD disc from videos
d. PPT to Video Converter to convert PPT files to videos
e. iPhone Ringtone Maker to make iPhone ringtone on Mac
f. Mac YouTube Downloader to download and convert online videos on Mac

Product Big Discount Rule
The five products that enjoy an “Up-to-You” price are excluded from the discount promotion, and all other products on Leawo official website are covered.
1. A promo code is gifted for purchasing any product over $20 on Leawo.com.
2. The discount value of promo code depends on price of product purchased.
3. The promo code is only valid until Apr 15, 2012!
4. Users can find the coupon code in the product registration E-mail.
product price promo code
$70-$100 50% off
$50-$70 35% off
$20-$50 25% off

Hunting for unique Easter special offer to enrich digital life? Then never let this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity slip away. Take actions right now to get easy yet powerful software to deal with all Easter music files and movie stuffs. So in 2012 Easter Day, let Leawo Software hammer a perfect audiovisual feast for all multimedia enthusiasts.

About Leawo Software
Leawo Software (http://www.leawo.com/)is a professional multimedia solution provider, mainly specializes in processing and broadcasting media over the Internet as well as in the daily life. Products range from DVD Converters, Video Converters, FLV Converters, PowerPoint Converters to Mac products including Mac FLV Converter, Mac DVD Converter, Mac Video Converter. The products are available worldwide in English, Japanese, German, French, Italian and Chinese, to be used on both Microsoft Windows and Apple’s Mac OS X platforms.

March 27, 2012

Gear up for Easter Day 2012: Easter Origin, Easter Tradition, Easter Bunny, Easter Egg

When is Easter 2012?
Easter 2012 is one of the greatest feast day in Christian 2012 calendar which is set for celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter Date 2012 falls on April 8, 2012.

The Origin of Easter Day
Easter Day origin lies in both pre-Christian religions and Christianity. Easter customs are a “salute to spring” marking re-birth.The word “Easter” is named after Eastre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring. A festival was held in her honor every year at the vernal equinox.
Christians celebrate the end of death and the rebirth of life; but instead of focusing upon nature, Christians believe that Easter marks the day that Jesus Christ was resurrected after spending three days dead in his tomb.

The Tradition of Easter Day
People celebrate Easter according to their beliefs and their religious denominations. Early Christian church services included a vigil service before the Eucharist. The vigil service consisted of a series of psalms and readings, but it is no longer observed every Sunday; instead, Roman Catholics observe it only one day of the year, on Easter. Aside from the psalms and readings, the service also included the lighting of a paschal candle and the blessing of the baptismal font in the church. Different countries celebrate Easter Day with different ways, for example, in France no church bell will sound from Good Friday until Easter Sunday in observance of Christ’s silence in death, in Germany people will color Easter eggs with various patterns that have been in their family for generations.

Easter Bunny
Easter Bunny, also called Easter Hare or Easter Rabbit, which is a rabbit-sprit. Due to the frequent multiple births, they became a symbol of fertility. The custom of an Easter egg hunt began because children believed that hares laid eggs in the grass. Children would make nests in their hats and bonnets and the folkloric rabbit would lay colored eggs in them. As the ritual developed decorated baskets replaced the homemade nests.
Here are some Easter bunny pictures, images:
Here are some Easter bunny pictures, images:

Easter Eggs
The tradition of an egg symbolizing the spring season and renewed life is one that spans many cultures. Children hunt for the eggs all around the house. Neighborhoods and organizations hold Easter egg hunts, and the child who finds the most eggs wins a prize. Perhaps the most time-honored tradition for children in Washington D.C. is the White House Easter Egg Roll.
Here are some Easter eggs pictures, images:

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April 20, 2011

Easter Funs Prepared for You to Have a Happy Easter 2011

Easter is just around the corner, have you prepared for it? Before the dawn of Easter 2011, I will share with you some funs about Easter. And I hope you will enjoy it and have a happy 2011 Easter. Go and have a look.

1. Lots of Americans inclined to eat a lot of candies on Easter besides Thanksgiving Day and Halloween. According to the National Confectioner’s Association, about seven billion pounds of candies were consumed by the Americans on Easter in 2001.

2. Easter can be also remarked as a card-sending festival. On Easter, over 100 million cards will be sent and exchanged, carrying with the good wishes to family members and friends.

3. Candy is always the theme of great festivals in American. More than 700 million MARSHMALLOW PEEPS—the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy, will be consumed during Easter

4. What can you think of besides chocolate on Easter? Of course, jelly beans can not be omitted. Before Easter candy manufacturers will prepare 16 billion jelly beans at least. These jelly beans are just for Easter which can definitely fill a plastic egg the size of a nine story building.

5. The first chocolate eggs can be traced back to the 19th century in Europe. And since then, it becomes one of the most popular treats on Easter.

6. Except for eggs, what other symbol can you remind of on Easter? Yes, you can call them rabbits, hares or bunnies. About 90 million chocolate Easter bunnies are made for Easter. And what part of the chocolate bunny will you bite at first. According to the statistics, 76% Americans prefer to bite off the ears first while 5% eat the feet first and 4% eat the tail first.

7. When refer to the tunes or carols on Christmas you will certainly think of them quickly. As a matter of fact, Easter has its own special tunes and carols. Easter carols with its words in Latin will indicate the history of Easter and the Easter Bunny. This year you might as well create one for yourself. Or if you have iPhone you can make iPhone ringtone by using Easter carols to boost Easter atmosphere.

8. Common Easter symbols including Eggs, Rabbits, Cross, Easter Bells and Easter Lily, etc.

9. Have you heard of the History of the White House Easter Egg Roll? It dates back to 1878. The White House lawn turns the area into a massive playground for children from all over the country after an Easter rolling on it.

10. There was a festival of “egg-throwing” held by the church in medieval times. The priest would throw a hard-boiled egg to one of the choir boys and then tossed from one choir boy to the next. The boy who held the egg when the clock struck 12 would be the winner and would kept the egg.

We have Easter every year and after getting the above information I hope you will have an unique Easter this year.
Waiting for Easter…Countdown…Four, Three, Two…

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