Easter has come and gone. I did get some pictures of the younger grands coloring their Easter Eggs.
Marvin always enjoyed helping our kiddos dye their eggs. I am too OCD to assist in this endeavor. I do think the Whisk idea Charles used in the bottom photo was a good idea for little ones. Joshua seems interested in the process. Pardon his bangs but something happened to Charles to make him think he could trim Joshua's bangs. As the Facebook meme says...DONT CUT YOUR BANGS during the quarantine. :)
I got busy putting away my Easter things. You always see the final product so I thought I would show you what a mess I had in collecting things from all over the house.
I did make a few spring vignettes to leave in place until the patriotic theme appears in May.
Here is the full picture.
Gina came up with the name of the Korean dish that I like...Bulgogi. You do not pronounce the L. It is delicious. Also I checked with Charles about what Brothers are called in Korean. Apparently I had that wrong. Brothers only call sisters NUNA. Sisters call their brothers by their given name. It is a gesture of respect. My sisters called me Nenie or Nene. They could not pronounce Arlene and to this day in my family I am Nene or Aunt Nenie as Laura calls me. It is fun to have a special name. All of Amelia's nieces and nephews call her Aunt Mimi. They could not pronounce Amelia. Charles made a fuss about this saying Audrey must call her Aunt Amelia. I set him straight on the dignity and love of nick names in the south. So now she is Aunt Mimi to everyone.
Well enough chit chat for today...with the quarantine I have to mete out my stories.:)