Kasen and I are finally back after a whirlwind trip to visit family. It was an amazing visit full of love and elation. And I’m glad we are home – you know, there really is NO place like home!!! Of course, we were missing Brad. He stayed here in Texas holding down the fort. Thanks sweetie!
Since it’s been a while since I shared pics – I’ll share a few from this past weekend. If you have e-mailed me or called me, I’m still playing catch-up, so please bare with me.
We had a mini Easter egg hunt on Saturday. We told Kasen that her eggs were empty on Saturday, but by Sunday morning, the Easter bunny will have filled her eggs full of treats. She could hardly wait. Actually, I think she was more excited about the Easter bunny eating her carrots and drinking her milk that she left out for him on Saturday night. LOL
Here is Kasen on Saturday during her Easter egg hunt preview.
And here she is grabbing as many eggs as she could before running back to her basket to throw them in. That’s my girl – all or nothing!! LOL
Now we’re on to Easter Sunday – Kasen had to wait until after church to do the whole Easter bunny thing. You know, we do have priorities. LOL We attended an incredible church service with breathtaking music and it was a joy to share Easter Sunday with my nephew Lucas and Brad’s parents. It will probably be the last time we’ll attend church with Brad’s parents for a while since they’ll be leaving for Canada soon. I can hardly stand to think that we won’t see them every Sunday morning as we stroll into church, and get to share Sunday dinners together as a family. It has been one of the millions of highlights of having them here in Texas for the winter. I could go on and on, but now the tears are flowing, so I’ll stop.
Here she is – on the hunt ~
Bubbles are ALWAYS a big hit!!! ~
Funny, out of all the goodies in her Easter basket, she was most intrigued by the Pez container and Pez candies. LOL ~
I just had to get this pic of the back of her dress and that precious back and neck – some of my favorite kissable places. ~
And last but not least, leaving you with a picture that totally cracks me up!! Mostly because it doesn’t even look like Kasen, but just the look on her face and the way she is holding her basket – pure excitement!!
I hope that YOUR baskets were overflowing with a multitude of rejoicing on this past Easter weekend. I know ours were —– thankful for so many things . . . my family, our health . . . . but most of all, I’m thankful for grace.