Warning! Picture intensive!
Everyone went different directions for Easter so we grabbed a weekday, grabbed the family, and grabbed what part of the holiday we could as a family. Enter 10 dozen eggs, 1 Large fruit salad, 4 family size pizzas, and 8 children, 6 adults, and you have an Easter egg coloring party!Table decorations courtesy of two little girls excited to see dandelions and daisies make their appearance.
The Saturday before Easter is the community Easter egg (really candy, not eggs) hunt at the fairgrounds. I was, ahem, invited (actually offered to come along as a photographer) to enjoy some of the grandmunchkins enjoying the sunshine, the candy, the pony rides, the bounce houses, and the petting zoo.
And just in time for Easter, at 1:30 am Easter morning to be precise, I finished the Easter shrug! I have a new favorite yarn: Madelintosh! Used to make this whirligig shrug. A new favorite pattern too. Simple enough to give a quick knit but enough details to hold interest. (details on my ravelry page)