Easter reminds us that there is an end to the suffering and a purpose in the pain.
Jesus Christ rose from the dead.
He triumphed over evil.
And He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead.
HE IS RISEN!
Easter came and went and so did my window to type this post 😮 .
we spent our entire Easter weekend with FAMILY. my amazing cousins came over to hang out that saturday and you already know burgers were on the menu with toppings galore. i had such a fun time just talking, eating, and laughing my face off with them about any and everything. we hadn’t all gotten together since Thanksgiving of last year which is so unlike our fam.
there it is. the platter that made us late for church. i envisioned cooking this up in my mind all morning while laying in bed…even had a couple of dreams about it while drifting in and out of sleep. what i should have done was just GET UP cause when i went down to the kitchen we had absolutely no bread :/ . so i jumped in the car (headscarf, glasses, pj’s – yeah, i took it there) just to get a loaf of bread. i know. at least i didn’t see anybody i knew. that’s always next.
Nature’s Own whole wheat french toast, Applegate Apple & Chicken breakfast sausage links, scrambled eggs, and fresh berries. to-go 😛
we went to see some of my younger cousins perform in an Easter play at my aunt’s church, then headed to dinner at her home which is always a treat. always.
Easter eats! there was so much to choose from but here a few shots of some of what i had:
a big, fresh, veggie salad, fruit & dip, tortilla chips and chunky shrimp salsa, and a plate of my mom’s chocolate chip cookies.
go, Chiso, GO!!!!
happy belated Easter to you and yours <3
Q: what’s your family’s Easter tradition?