I love vintage cards, be they Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Valentines, Birthday – you name it.
I love the whimsy and the attention to detail!
Just look at this bunny family coming to visit the gnome in his eg home – the doorway and the steps and window shutters made of four leaf clovers.
However you spend your Easter Sunday, I hope it is filled with family, friends, food – perfect for making memories!
Our Easter is a quiet one this year. Jason has to work, and Jeff is home dealing with a tooth abscess, and the antibiotics upset his stomach enough to make the driving up to the cabin and back a bit undesirable. He’s taking couch time at home, and I’ll be bringing him leftovers when I return home tomorrow morning.
We slept in a bit – and started off our holiday with a lovely morning sunrise hike:
Sun streaming as Sadie says “Hurry up!!”
It promises to be a lovey day – much nicer than yesterday and I am oh, so glad.
Hello, cloudless blue sky!
New table and chairs on the front porch!
We put these at the far end so they don’t obscure access to the front doors. I think we will be sitting out here a lot this summer.
Oh! The doors? Did I ever show you the front ones once they were finished on the outside??
I am SO happy with these!
When the sun is just right, the light shines through the star design making rainbows where the light hits in my kitchen. When I was a little girl we always called these lights through prisms “Fairy beans”. I’ve got fairy beams when the morning light comes streaming in.
Little things like this make me smile.
Last night’s sunset.
Our Easter dinner guests Rick & Mona ((And Beanie, too!)) will be arriving at 2pm.
I’m taking a leisurely day today. Some laundry is running while I am puttering away in the kitchen. I have no idea WHAT I want to sew next, and I likely won’t get anything today at all other than perhaps some hexies on the front porch enjoying the day.
On the menu: Mona is bringing a ham and a veggie. I’m doing a salad, scalloped potato casserole, rolls and a dessert. Just the four of us.
I’ll miss my boys, but this still sounds wonderful to me.
Happy Easter, everyone!