easter memories

Monday, March 28, 2016

I adore Easter.  I always have.  From the reasons we are here on this sweet Earth.  To the festivities of the day.  It's all just so Fantastic!  We tried a new church in the morning.  I know that may sound odd, but we have been wanting to go to this church and it just seemed like a good idea to go for it.  It didn't disappoint.
And did I mention the weather?  GLORIOUS!
Libby and I had a little Easter photoshoot last week for Chalk Lots with our treasures from Target.  They had the cutest, CUTEST decorations.  They may have a few of those jars left on super sale!
This was the first year I have spotted that daffodil with the orange center in the yard.  Honestly?  The cutest flower I have seen in a long time.  I fell madly in love.  
 This year there was only one extremely talented egg dyer.  The other someone said that vinegar makes him sick to his stomach.
 What a masterpiece we ended up with!
The plastic egg hunt was a success.
55 small eggs.
5 large eggs.
1 golden egg.
4 eggs are still missing.  Including the coupon for lunch at their favorite Chinese restaurant.  Wonder if it will ever show up.

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  1. Easter traditions are so fun. Thanks for sharing yours. Xo

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  2. looks like fun! xxx

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  3. oh, what a wonderful Easter you had! Looks like it was truly memorable. And how funny about the missing in action eggs! Hopefully they turn up soon. Someone must be very good at hiding eggs!

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  5. I love Easter most specially the chocolate eggs. When I was a kid my granny used to read the stories of Easter bunny.

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