Going to Grandma's house to get ready for Easter is always a good thing. The kids dyed eggs and made cookies that they decorated with total freedom and artistic ability.
An egg hunt is always a good way to induce an appetite and keep the kids active and away from all the usual electronic devices that they prefer.
The smell of fresh home-made rolls is an indication that lunch will be served shortly.
Ham, green beans, broccoli and cheese, potato casserole, macaroni and cheese, deviled eggs, cream style corn... family and good friends. For dessert a good slice of coconut cake, chocolate and sugar cookies!
Yes, we can safely say we had another memorable Easter Sunday at Grandma and Grandpa's house. At the end of the day all we have left is memories of a good day with friends, family and lots of wonderful food.
Take time to spend with loved ones any chance you get. Holidays are a great opportunity to reconnect with people that we don't normally hang out with. You do not have to be a gourmet chef to prepare food for a gathering. Lots of great memories can be built sitting around a dining table, even if all you have to serve is biscuits and gravy.