I may only live two hours from home, but I still miss the doing the everyday business of life with them. So any time I get to spend a fun filled day, much less weekend, I am over the moon.
Sunday we went to church and listened to a great service, Easter is most assuredly my favorite holiday. It is the cornerstone of my faith, after all. Not the bunnies and the eggs, even though they are an added bonus.
That niht we had hunt with my niece and nephews, followed by a delicious meal with my favorite people. it is these simple pleasures of life I used to take for granted but with my husband and I living away from each of our families, I appreciate them so much more now.
My parents yard was in full showing off mode and I snapped a few pictures of it in its glory. I do love Virginia, it will always be my home!
The one added shot is of our dessert in Scottsville, it was a deep fried french toast ice cream sandwich, I have now officially lived;)