Easter Sunday was a beautiful rainy day. While Jeremy was packing up the car, so he and Melinda could travel back home after church, we snapped a few pictures.
Me with my Easter Honey!
Sweet Melinda and her Dad! Notice Barry’s tie with the books of the Bible. Off to church we go to a wonderful Easter service!
On Saturday, at the church where our son-in-law, Dwayne is Pastor… he shared an Easter Bible lesson for the children. The adults loved the Bible lesson too. He is such a good preacher!
We sang, “Stop and let me tell you what the Lord has done for me!” Bryant held the Stop sign and Austen held the Go sign.
We also sang, “One Way God said to get to heaven… Jesus is the only way!” A precious foster child held the One Way sign. Kristen, our daughter is playing the piano.
“What can wash away our sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus.” Brianna held the fold out cross, while we sang.
Landon finding eggs… they were not hidden very hard for this two year old. He loved it!
Kristen is expecting baby # 5 on June 30th. Yay! The precious church folks saved their coins, so the children found money inside the eggs!
Our grandchildren and friends posed after the big Easter egg hunt. Refreshment time….
Cute cupcakes made by Kristin Grizzle
Guess which cupcake Brianna ate? I think more sprinkles landed on her face than in her mouth.
Kristen, Dwayne and Brianna are pictured above. Melinda and Jeremy drove up on Thursday, so we had most of our family at our new house on Good Friday. It was a picture perfect day!
I see the Easter Egg!
My hubby wanted to mow the grass before Easter, but I encouraged him to wait, because I thought we could hide eggs easier with the grass a little longer. He bought one of those zero turn radius mowers for our acre of property. I think I might like mowing with that fun mower.
Where is Jeremy? I will have pics later about the home improvements. We only have one picture of Jeremy and he is pulling up the carpet in our master bedroom. Barry is putting in hard-wood floors, and we plan to do it as a family of course. More pictures to come of our home improvements.
Landon, at the table in our screened-in back porch, eating Papa’s homemade biscuits and gravy…mmmm good!
The stairs in our new house are popular with the kiddos. hmm. They slide down them.
Hope you and your family had a very happy Resurrection Day! When things in life do not go the way we had hoped they would, we can always rejoice in knowing:
I am so glad He is not there (in the grave) and He is here (in my heart)!