One granddaughter decorated before the others arrived.
"This is so BEAUTIFUL!!!," she said when she set up the crocheted display.
My cousin Stephanie had crocheted them. (Think Stephanie's Sticky Buns. YUM!!! Recipe link at sidebar.)
|Then class began for Egg Marbling 101.|
|The Egg Marbling Artists|
|The results after a few choice eggs were eaten!|
After a brief demonstration, the only rules were
*Share the dye.
The dye did not dry before some of the eggs met their demise!
I love the meanings of Easter, from the grace of God in our lives way back to the early Pagan traditions of celebrating new beginnings. On this day, we celebrated so much, including life, love, and our time together!
|Thank goodness, this was our only Easter Twister! Mother Nature played by the rules, for once. |
Perfect weather for playing outside!
|The girls could do this for hours! How do they do that???|
|This bike romped and ramped and rambled some more. Finally, its chain came loose, allowing my grandson|
to take a break.
|Besides, the garage had to be designed and built!|
|I will never tire of hearing my grandchildren say, "Our nana is the best nana ever!" The joy in their faces tells me even when their voices don't!|
What a delight they are!
Photo credits: The grandchildren and I took all the photos for this post.