Good Monday morning! I hope you enjoyed your weekend and that your Easter was lovely and filled with faith, family, food, and fun. I am so thankful that my children enjoy our holiday traditions so much they are happy to watch The Easter Bunny is Comin' to Town and set out carrots and juice for the Easter Bunny!
Three of my four! Peyton and Christopher attended the Easter Vigil mass, where Christopher played his violin. Easter Sunday was sunny and warm enough for Steve to cook the bacon for brunch outside. This makes me happy, for as much as I enjoy a piece of bacon every now and then, I do not enjoy my home smelling like it for days after! Steve and I were so happy to have everyone with us for Easter Brunch. Kyrstin, Rhett's girlfriend, was working but was able to join us later for dinner and dessert.
Our Easter brunch included bacon, scrambled eggs, fruit salad, herb and cheese quiche, cinnamon coffee cake, Danish kringle, and deviled eggs. We also had coffee, tea, and orange juice for drinks. Mass, baskets, games, chocolate, naps, and fun followed brunch on our beautiful Easter Day. And now, forgive me as I finish this so I can get the fire going, pour a cup of hot coffee and get ready for the snow that is coming later today!
How was your Easter, my friends? Any plans for today?
Thanks for visiting. And prayers for our world.
All of your food looks delicious. Happy to hear you enjoyed your Easter with your family. More snow?? It's a bit chilly here but no snow. End of the week is supposed to be 80 degrees. Crazy weather.ReplyDelete
Have a great week Billie Jo.
Such beautiful photos. Well, since we are staying with friends until the land gets cleared and the house up, Kim made a lovely ham with pineapples, and I made potato salad. This was the first Easter without our son and our friends kept us kept busy...smiles.ReplyDelete
Happy Easter. I also don't love the lingering bacon smell! So glad you could celebrate well!ReplyDelete
Looks like a wonderful (and yummy) Easter brunch! I don't mind the smell of bacon so much except it makes me hungry, ha. Our Easter was just us again and a bit like a comedy of errors but it was still nice. Hope you enjoy your snow and have a wonderful week!ReplyDelete
I am so glad you had a lovely family day!ReplyDelete
SNOW???? oh my. Where do you live where it might snow? i know here in eastern NY we are supposed to get heavy rain. Central NY where im originally from is supposed to get 5 inches!!ReplyDelete
How fun to have an Easter Brunch with all the trimmings. ADORABLE plates!!
Happy Easter and enjoy the week
I am totally wiped out, Easter about did me in.ReplyDelete
Carrots & Juice, oh why did I never think of that? Love it! We had snow here today, it so chilly we had a fire all day long Easter. Love the big deck and pretty view...looks like you had a terrific time! My plans for the day? Spring cleaning...my son is graduating in May, don't get me started (sniff, sniff). MaryReplyDelete
You always have such wonderful holiday celebrations. Have a lovely week. :-)ReplyDelete
I'm sorry, after I heard the word bacon and then saw a plate of bacon I couldn't concentrate on anything else. LOL!ReplyDelete
Lovely photographs. Happy Easter to you and your family, Billie Jo. XReplyDelete
We had a great Easter too! Your brunch looks DELICIOUS! I love bacon now and then but also don't like the smell! It is chilly here but warming up nicely as the week goes on. Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!ReplyDelete
Your Easter brunch looks delicious! So nice that your husband cooks the bacon outside...umm that may happen here soon! We enjoyed a good Easter with family as well. What could be better? Have a lovely evening.ReplyDelete
I look forward to your holiday posts so much! You have such a beautiful way of putting things together. Where did you get the vintage bunny plate? I’m in loveee!ReplyDelete
Hello! Thank you! I found them on Mercari. They come in a set of four!Delete
Your family Easter celebration looks lovely. Hugs to you dear friend. ~JuliDelete