Easter Egg greetings

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We had a very low key Easter. Sean went to a church service in Delaware as his dad and I just weren’t up to it. I found myself preparing a turkey, green beans and mashed potatoes with a few mishaps along the way. I won’t go into it, but my chef’s hat was a bit crooked and I was grouchy. Also made some red velvet cupcakes. We had very little candy, which is fine. A little goes a long way. Sean worked for 4 hours and enjoyed his dinner when he got home. Bri took a plate over to his dad. I didn’t go as I plan to visit my hometown tomorrow if I feel I can drive without coughing. The cough was better during the day. Last night I had the vaporizer on and I felt like I was in a sauna, but I do believe it helped.
I didn’t make the wreath above though I did add the little ‘C’ to it. I made a few goodies for my niece and mom and will share them soon.

About Dianne

Domestic goddess, wife, mom, gardener, paper and collage artist, geocacher, local traveler, cross stitcher, baker, crafter, Facebooker, blogger, decorator and photographer.

2 responses »

  1. What a festive front door. I like how you have different wreaths on it for each holiday.

    My mom cooked a turkey, too. But we were not there. We went to my inlaws for a brunch and then came home and I raked the rockwall garden for about an hour. I made pork chops for dinner and that was pretty much the day. My son called and we chatted a bit and then I went to bed early.

    All in all, it was quiet and nice.

  2. What a shame you still weren’t feeling too well yesterday but I’m sure Sean was appreciative that you still made a turkey dinner:-) Love that wreath, it’s gorgeous with the eggs and flowers. xoxo

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