Of course, things are very different in Finland. Firstly while the UK has been basking in temperatures of around 25C (77F) all week, in southern Finland it has been closer to 14C (57F). Secondly, apparently Finnish Easter eggs are not delivered by a bunny but... wait for it... a chicken! Those crazy Finns, a chicken delivering eggs, whatever next?!
There is one Finnish Easter tradition I much prefer though: the Fazer Mignon egg, almond-hazelnut nougat inside a real eggshell. Now that's seriously yum!
Anyhow, I wish you all a “hyvää pääsiäistä” (“happy Easter”), and not, as I once wished a whole bunch of co-workers in the office cantine, “hyvää paskaa” (“good sh*t”)(1)
Mind you, if you are going to have mämmi this Easter, “hyvää paskaa” might possibly be more appropriate...
1) In defense of my apparent stupidity, I should point out that this is a mistake easily made when you consider Easter is Pâques in French, Pasen in Dutch, påsk in Swedish, etc.