Easter, a week and a half later


Now that I’m writing part time again, I’m trying to get back into writing here. I’m sure I’ve lost half of my small number of followers because I’m not updating, but that’s OK. I’m really not concerned about my stats, clearly.

Anyway, here’s my Easter recap! My mother-in-law came to visit for a few days and she was here for Easter! We also had planned on having friends over who also don’t have family local, so it was a fun little Easter dinner we prepared.



First, let’s talk about the lambs that were down the street from us. I love when the babies come out! OK, moving on to Easter.



Hermione thought it was a good idea to help Jane with the deviled eggs.



We used Geoff’s grandma’s recipe for the deviled eggs! Also, we used up all our hard boiled eggs so we decided not to color eggs, haha. Oh well.



Since I had to stay at church for both services, I decided to plan a little appetizer! Thanks, Pinterest (OK, it doesn’t look exactly the same, but I got to use my cheese plate my aunt made for Christmas)!



Clarabelle got some awesome cuddle time in.



Obligatory mostly group picture before the meal!


I had to force everyone to take group pictures. Doesn’t Geoff look awesome in his bow tie??





I love this one of Geoff and I.



The aftermath. Sadly, it was a little too late for a nap, but we did enjoy some Les Mis and recliner time.

So, that was Easter! My first time hosting and I think it went well. Thankfully the house wasn’t totally full.

About Megg

I'm a 28 year old, newly married, newly living in Washington, librarian trying to find a job in a library. Meanwhile I'm working with kids and spend my afternoons playing Mancala and reading picture books. Come along for the journey as I share recipes, decoration ideas, photos, and hopefully gain some insight from the internet and fellow bloggers.

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