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Happy Easter Linnea! (31 minutes late but still on time in my time zone!). My daughter took her first communion today – which meant a lot to me as I have faced my own ups & downs the past year, starting not too long after last Easter… That + two (!) Easter Egg hunts made for a very fun family day. -DK
I’m so glad that you got to experience this milestone with more to come! Woohoo! YSP,Linnea
Love the image! Too bad we all can’t ride on the back of friendly bow-wearing roosters 🙂
Thought of you yesterday during the Easter sermon. This one much more optimistic and accessible than “that one” that made us all gasp a bit and reach for our neighbors hand. However, didn’t achieve nearly the high drama egg hunt from that year either – has it really been 4 or 5 years past???
I am glad you are stable and am so happy to hear that you are feeling better, despite a hard week.
We share retro-Easter tendencies, which is no surprise!
I will steer clear of the olive oil-laced maple syrup (and don’t go out in the woods again by yourself, Mugsy).
Happy Spring, my dear friend.