Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Easter 2014

We missed this little grandson at Easter. We did get to face-time with him several times. He loves to see his 3 cousins talk to him on the camera. The Easter bunny brought him a fisher-price tractor and farm animals, which he dearly loves. 

This was to be our traditional lamb cake. The good news is, it was actually very good cut up and without icing. The bad news is it really could have used some strawberries, and we were out.

We really didn't need cake since I had made my second danish twist in 3 days. Warm, drizzled with icing and the blackberry jelly in the crevices is just awesome!! I posted the recipe a couple of years ago.  If you need it click here.



The fresh cut flowers given to me by my sweet daughter in law, made the table beautiful. My granite ware is my "country china".

The oldest three grand kids did some posing while their Mom took a few photos in the yard. 

Then the Easter egg hunt was on!




After dinner they found their Easter presents. 



I've been wanting a good picture of the blacksmith and me with Bentley.  This was the best we could get the dog to do. I don't think it will make the Christmas Card cut this year.

How was your Easter?

5 comments:

Janna and Mike said...

We spent Easter on the road traveling home. Today we have snow again, not very spring looking outside! :(

Lise said...

Looks like a sp'egg'tacular time!!! I'm glad you enjoyed your time together and love the pic of you and B. Our Easter was extremely quite...everyone's in FL.

Flat Creek Farm said...

Love the picture of you and BT and Bentley! You have such cutie pies there, near and far. Bad deal about the lamb :( But that Danish twist and your table are pure awesomeness, Girl! -T

StitchinByTheLake said...

I have some wonderful memories of past Easter egg hunts. :) blessings, marlene

Zoey said...

What a nice family Easter you had...love the country china and the pink fur lamp!