A guilt-free, clean-slate stay-cation celebratory Easter week ahead! We’ll enjoy some Easter traditions and add in a few other activities from this list: All of our favorite Easter resources: resurrection rolls, box of repentances and more Make a cross with chalk pastels (this tutorial is for oil pastels but it also works wonderfully with chalk) Of course we made our own variation. Make some Oreo
There’s just something about spring time recipes that makes it a little easier to deal with an hour of lost sleep. Me? I don’t mind daylight savings time too much. Because it means more daylight in the evenings. And that means more walks in the neighborhood. Sunshine just cheers everything. And so do these good, ol’ basic recipes I turn to this time of year.
Sharing Easter and spring arts and crafts to complement the change of seasons! Bird’s Nest: A Pastels Tutorial Tornado: A Pastels Tutorial Handprint Easter Lamb Three Little Chicks: A Pastels Tutorial Bubbles: A Pastels Tutorial Queen Anne’s Lace: A Pastels Tutorial Wedding Shower Paper Chain Book Lover Wreath (Wreath made from paperback books) Decorate a Trash Can with Cherries All Things Art and Craftiness
Sharing my top ten favorites for this time of year. Easter and spring desserts for a bridal luncheon or baby shower, Mother’s Day. There’s so much to celebrate… Aunt Kathy’s Lime Cake – for every spring celebration! Grandma’s Glazed Strawberries and Bananas – so easy! Nana’s Coconut Cake – an Easter tradition. Sunflower Peeps Cake – fun for spring or summer. Frozen Fruit Salad and
As the sun set, I told the children I was going to run out and get a picture of the iris to email to my grandmother. The bloom a result of a bulb transplanted from her yard. I asked them to pick out a book since it was close to bedtime. Notice how this single iris displays its beauty from every angle. How its petals
“Let them once get in touch with Nature, and a habit it formed which will be a source of delight through life. We were all meant to be naturalists, each in his degree, and it is inexcusable to live in a world so full of the marvels of plant and animal life and to care for none of these things.” – Charlotte Mason My family and
There once was a very magical retail store in Atlanta named Rich’s. I grew up looking forward to the twice-a-year visits to the store for school clothes and Easter dresses…but the best part of the visit was lunch at the store’s famous Tea Room. White gloves and Sunday dresses were a requirement. Sometimes there were fashion shows, with willowy models gliding through the tables where
Every detail of your body and soul – even the hairs of your head! – is in My care; nothing of you will be lost. Luke 21:18 The Message Counting the endless gifts… 2376. The greatest gift – Jesus. Because God loves us so much. Jesus stepped in, took our place…and by His wounds, by His wounds we are healed. 2377. singing Hush Little Baby