Turkey Easter

I was not going to make Easter dinner. But for years I have done so and not doing it feels wrong. So even though there are only 3 of us now, I ventured to the store to buy something – ham or turkey, or even chicken… so that I can make Easter dinner for when my husband comes home from work.

I found a small turkey. I got home and came  to the realization that I have to thaw this turkey… haha! Good thing our microwave is big. 

We will have turkey dinner tonight, and then turkey leftovers for a while 🙂

Happy Easter

Easter. Renewal. Spring. The day of sugar and bunnies and eggs… but also a day to remember. Tomorrow we will remember what has been done for us, what path lay before us. What a wonderful blessing it is to be able to have this day. 

My son has been asking about the Easter bunny… mostly because he loves chocolate. He is 17, so his weekly reminders made me chuckle. I asked if he wanted the riddles and egg hiding, or just the sugar… and he just smiled. So tomorrow before church we will hide them one last year. To remember the smiles and laughter and enjoy the blessing of our children.

We are told to let our light shine, and if it does, we won’t need to tell anybody it does. Lighthouses don’t fire cannons to call attention to their shining – they just shine. — Dwight L. Moody