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Monday, April 13, 2009

Easter Sunday

We had my parents and brother and sis-in-law over for lunch for Easter Sunday. We all brought some food, used paper plates for quick clean up, and just enjoyed each other's company. It was a beautiful day!

Because we got out of church around noon, we decided we'd use the timer on our oven so the baked mac and cheese would cook while we were at church and it'd be all ready to go when we got home. Septtro tested it the night before and it came on when it was supposed to so we gave it a shot. Unfortunately, it didn't work. I ended up making box mac and cheese but mom and dad claimed they liked the "crunchiness" and both ate it.

Suka and Tillman ran all over the place but they took some time to relax on the hammock.

Dad helped Septtro plant the garden. We'll have corn, green beans, cucumbers, eggplant, lettuce, tomatoes, and cantelope. I can't wait!!

The ladies...Shawna, mom, me, and Gramma. I guess I didn't get the memo to wear pink.

Awww, brother and sister Easter picture - just like the good ol days


Septtro would hit the wiffle ball and the dogs would chase it and fight over who should have it.

Suka won this time.


Tillman had a hard time grasping the ball in his mouth.

The dogs liked chasing the foam golf balls too. Tillman liked to run right in front front of Mark before he took his swing - made us very nervous.


This was that night...she was tired. "Turn out the lights...I'm tryin to sleep!"


Mom also brought plastic eggs and put dog treats in them and hid them around the yard. Yeah we know, weird - but that's what Easter is like when your kids are grown and you don't have any grandchildren yet right? :) I have a video but I'm not sure how to get it off my video camera yet.

2 comments:

Karen said...

haha - my mom would've totally done that for the dog if she were here. it's funny b/c we dyed Easter Eggs since I was determined to do it even though we don't have kids yet. I was trying to figure out how adults could do an Easter egg hunt, but who would hide them? Oh well. Looks like you guys had a fun time!

Joy said...

Actually that mac-n-cheese looked really good to me!