Last night I ate carrots cooked in honey. It was a suggestion from Maria B. to Janice R., to cook the baby carrots with a bit of honey. I wonder how much exactly. I have carrots and honey. I even have a ham, and Janice R.'s amazing carrot cake recipe, and somewhere in the garage I have a packed box full of Easter decorations and Spring touches. I could go on for a long bit about Easter and how it catches me off-guard and unprepared most every year, fortunately I have labels, including an "Easter" category of past posts, so no need. It's all been said before.
Maria and Jordan riding the ottoman, sister cowgirls of the living-range. I found this pair of feathered $1.87 bonnets at a thrift shop in Madison, Wisconsin. I love Willy Street and St. Vincent's. I love discovering an unexpected treasure and seeing it open up a new world for someone. I need to grab my camera again, the next time Maria is brandishing the inflatable sword, and wearing her brother's leather belt and her purple pirate hat. William says she appears in his room, dressed in her piratey garb, and thunders pirate words... Oooh arggh! I'm a pirate!
Look at those sweet girls! And those are fab hats they're sporting...I'll take one of those! ;o) Happy Easter to all of you! ((BIG HUGS))
You are welcome to come to the UU on Sunday for Flower Communion! Service is at 10 (bring a few flowers!). :-)
Thanks for the quilt plan. I draped the fabrics over the couch and realized I have some tired pillows that would be great to cover in some of the fabric and put on the purple chairs! Maybe...
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