Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter! Our oldest came home for a visit, which is always a treat. She and her sister had a great time Saturday evening dying Easter eggs. Just goes to show...you are never to old to dye Easter eggs!! It was fun seeing the two of them acting like they did back when they were 8 and 4!! LOL
Easter Day we enjoyed the service at church and then a home cooked meal on the grill with just the four of us. We don't get to do it very often, as our oldest is in college, working and interning!! We are quite proud of her however, as she will graduate in December (a semester early).
I was also excited to see that our tea roses are in full bloom!
We will be attending the Honors Breakfast and Honors Night tomorrow at our youngest daughter's high school. I am sooo proud of her. Despite the fight with migraines this year, she once again made the Honor Roll and will be receiving another Honor tomorrow night (we aren't sure what for just yet, however, she was named Jammin' Junior recently). Will update tomorrow after the awards ceremony!
I'll leave you with something I heard the other day on the Nate Berkus Show. He was interviewing Gretchen Rubin, the author of the Happiness Project. She said, "the days are long, but the years are short." Watching my two girls, now 21 and 17, dye Easter eggs this past weekend, I have to agree 100% !!!