This Easter was spent with time at church and time with family. We attended our Church's Rock Opera on Good Friday. It was a modern day interpretation of Christ's death and resurrection. I took one of my students from school with me and we all had a really good time.
Saturday was pretty low key. We went for a drive in the country and scoped out some land. Ryan has, and will always want to live in a small town, so we went looking just for fun. We ate delicious food at a tiny little inn and took our pictures in the bluebonnets, overall a pretty good day.
Sunday, we went to church and then headed over to my parent's house for lunch and egg hunting. Kelly and her crew came over as well and we all brought eggs to hide for the kids. When Kelly counted up all the eggs we had stuffed, we had 150 eggs-- split between 3 kids. That is way too much chocolate for a three year old. We all agreed to scale back a little next year. Over all a very successful Easter.
I have been so jealous of everybody's pretty bluebonnet pictures. I have never taken them and have always wanted to. So when Ryan suggested a drive up to New Waverley to look at some land, I jumped at the chance to get my much coveted bluebonnet pictures!!
Sorry it has been so long since a post... a lot has been going on in the past few weeks. We lost a friend and a family member to cancer. We have been getting ready for Easter with dying eggs, going to a church festival, and buying new clothes (thanks mom). We started a new Bible study for married couples based on the movie Fireproof called Love Dare (definitely worth checking out). Andrew got his first two teeth-- which has accounted for a lot of sleepless nights. Needless to say, we have been a little busy. A Easter post will be coming... I promise, until then, this will have to so.