Sunday, April 24, 2011

Happy Easter - Looking Back Sunday

This is a combined post to wish you all a very Happy Easter and to look back a few years ago when it was a much warmer and nicer spring!

Our choir is singing for church this morning - some special cheery spring songs. We've been singing a lot this month, and had our annual "Choir Service" on the 3rd. We've been doing some new and challenging songs this year.

Won't you come hunting for Easter eggs with me?

I think Mother Nature gives us daffodils so we'll know that she hasn't forgotten about us.

Even though we've had the coldest and wettest April on record, there are still bright yellow dafs and big clouds of pink flowering cherries and plums everywhere.

The Shepherd & I are having a nice spiral cut Easter Ham for our Easter dinner. It's my favorite!

I think I'll surprise him and make a pumpkin pie for dessert since it's been too cold for the rhubarb to get much size yet.

I hope you and your family have a great day and find all kinds of fun things in your Easter Baskets.


Jan's Funny Farm said...

Happy Easter.

Hope the singing was fun this morning.

vlb5757 said...

Tina, you will be so proud of me. I am going to sign up for a Master Gardeners class in the fall. I just love all your husband's flowers and green creations. I want my yard to look as good as yours and so I decided to take the plunge!

Kathy said...

It was so good to talk to you this last weekend!
I do hope you and John had a good Sunday and that John is feeling better.

MISS PEACH ~(^.^)~ said...

Dearest Tina...wishing you and the Sheperd a wonderful belated anniversary. We had a nice visit in Leavenworth...the weather was amazing! It is good to be home again. I love your tulip bowls. The old fashion Gregi style tulips are my favorite with the striped leaves. The diplays in the bonsai bowls are so nice...little lambs at easter...we all are and the good Lord loves us, how blessed are we!
Your devoted friends at the cozy cottage