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Monday, March 30, 2009

What a weekend!

We had an amazing weekend!
First Chief and GrandMaMa came for a visit and that is always something that we adore! Then we had an Easter Egg hunt. It was so much fun and we were amazed at the friends that showed up! So many surprises, friends we had not seen in a very long time.
So here is, as usual, the weekend in pictures!

Olivia was the Princess as always and
Orren was quite excited by the "hunt"



Joe and Orren out front looking for eggs


Orren playing on the front lawn with Chief


GrandMaMa helping collect eggs

This was before the other children.
He couldn't wait, so we had to re-hide several eggs.



My two O's
How precious they are and such blessings to us.



Olivia looking for eggs

Showing off partial loot She had over 80 eggs!

Orren kept giving his eggs away and "re- hiding" them


You know that if my children are involved there will be sidewalk chalk!


Olivia as the outgoing Chaplin passing on the Chapter Bible.
She is now second Vice President of the Chapter!!!
The vote was Sunday,
we are so proud of her



My beautiful, patriotic Princess!

We are so proud of the children's involvement with the Children of the American Revolution. It gives them a sense of patriotism and what it means to be a citizen in this Greatest of all Nations!
There are tons of pictures from today, I just had to share a few of my favorites!

1 comment:

Leigh of said...

I cannot get over how much Olivia looks like you and Orren like Joe! It looks like a wonderful time! I love the sidewalk chalk!