We started celebrating as soon as we woke up. My friend Melissa told me about Resurrection Biscuits. So I decided to make them part of our morning breakfast. In addition to the Resurrection Biscuits, I made up a family tradition of Wild Onions and Scrambled Eggs. Truly wonderful food!
|To make Resurrection Biscuits, you begin with simply a can of Grand Biscuits. Roll them out with a rolling pin.|
|I chopped up the wild onions, added some mushrooms and sauteed in some butter. Okay, this is not a diet dish. This is a good for the soul dish!|
|Then you add some eggs, scramble them up and you have one of the best dishes I have ever eaten.|
|The black armed Short Chic. REALLY!! One hour before we are set to leave for the family gathering, this is what she looks like!|
|I am thankful for washable markers! A quick shower, clothing change and a whole new kid emerges!|
We were also able to visit with the farm animals, thanks to Ford Man!
|Daddy and The Short Chic petting the horses.|
|Everyone loved the Llama's. I should also make a note that you probably should not wear heeled sandals to a land-mine filled pasture.|
|Baby Laska and The Short Chic. Orange is now The Short Chic's favorite color.|
|MOM, I got Toy Story 3!|
|My two with their Easter Chocolate|
|The Boy and The Short Chic|
And can I show you all my picture of the day....I finally got to play with light: