Where are we today ?A beautiful sunrise this morning through the trees and over the neighbor's barn, even not too cool today either. Mostly sunny and temps to 20 C (68F), whats not to like about that.
A couple of nice walkabouts this morning, enjoying the peace and quiet and fresh country air is wonderful. Near the edge of the bush I think I found the Easter Bunny! Saw a bunch of what looked like tiny brown eggs, but don't think they have hatched yet?
|is this the Easter Bunny?|
|looks like Tulips coming up|
|at the edge of the bush in the shade all day|
still a bit of snow.
|nice walking the edge of the fields|
Then mid morning we helped our hostess Sandy get ready for the Easter feast here. She roasted a Turkey and a chicken, lots of nice gravy, creamy whipped potatoes, mixed veggies, broccoli salad, cheese and veggie tray. More of Suzie's family, parents, siblings, a niece and nephew and their little ones too. 19 expected today for a 1 pm meal.
Now we have a large turkey, chicken carcass and a some drippings, will freeze that and make another pot of soup in the near future, need to get through the bean soup first.
|ready for the family|
|the feast is ready, dig in and help yourself,|
buffet style is easiest
|Oh so tasty|
|Pecan pie, cupcakes, ice cream and fresh fruit for desert,|
I opted for a tiny bit of fresh fruit and ice cream
Then as always happens conversation about all the wonderful things we have all been doing. Family gatherings are so much fun.
Another couple walkabouts to wrap up the day, everybody gone and then we can call it another fine day, no supper tonight again. But did manage to sit outside for a while and enjoy our books in the sun until about 7:30 pm.
Tomorrow another small get together with the rest of my family. And think we will have seen just about everyone this spring.
Hope you enjoyed some great weather on this Easter sunday too.
Thanks again for stopping by and joining in on our fun.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
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