April 6, 2010

Easter Fun

I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend! Ours was full of fun, family, and food.
The Resurrection Rolls were a big hit. What's not to like about a crescent roll, marshmallow, butter, and cinnamon/sugar?? I love finding an easy hands-on lesson for my children, especially of the edible sort!

Speaking of edible, have you tried these?
I have a slight addiction.

And apparently NC decided to go from winter to summer. Today it is supposed to reach 92 with blizzard-like pollen conditions. I'm staying inside.

The biggest news of the weekend was the engagement of my brother!!! I can't wait to share their story with you. But I have to run because a high school friend of mine is coming over for lunch with her adorable twins that I've never met. Should be a fun trip down memory lane!

Oh, and did I mention we are on SPRING BREAK?!!!!! Doing the happy dance in the pine pollen.


O Mom said...

Happy spring break!
Hope to hear your brother's story someday, I love a good love story!

Samantha said...

Happy Easter to you and yours.

Mich said...

resurrection rolls look like something my kids would enjoy. Anything with marshmallows!

Trying to survive the pollen here too.

Amber said...

The pollen.
I'm pretty sure that there is a corner of Hades that is made up of nothing but pine pollen...and not a claritin in sight.

Enjoy Spring Break...
It is blissful. Pollen or not.

Kay @ Off the Beaten Path said...

Looks like you had a splendid Easter. How wonderful!

Have a great spring break, but do stop by my blog sometime today if you can. It's my 100th post and I'm having a party!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Well Good afternoon, from a new friend! I just happened upon your lovely blog. Looks like you had some wonderful and hot fun this Easter. I'm very interested in the Resurrection Rolls. What a fun way to give a hands on illustration of Jesus, the risen One!
I see you have a whole bunch of colord eggs. If you have any left over, come visit my blog- I just posted a yummy recipe for egg salad with cream cheese and herbs.

So wonderful to meet you today!

Patty said...

I'm so addicted to those nest eggs already :) Have a fun spring break!

Bugs and Sunshine said...

pollen like blizzard-haha!!!

our cars are yellow!

Carpool Queen said...

I know that half-empty bag of Nestle Crunch Eggs well. ALL TOO WELL.

Natural Mama said...

Waving to you from the other side of the pollen blizzard. Sure hope pollen yellow is the 'in' color, being my new porch floor color and all..and my porch furniture, decor, etc..:) Love the Easter/dessert idea!

Rachel said...

Blizzard-like pollen conditions is right! And so gross!

Hope you're having a great break!

Congrats to your little bro and his fiancee too! Hooray! :)

Jen said...

Just found your blog amid the yellow fog that is engulfing my house. This Yankee girl just doesn't get it! If only it would rain! We're also on spring break and enjoying it -- one of my girls just went with the youth group to dinner and a movie.

It's wonderful to find another Sister down here. Can you add one of those email thingys to your blog? I'd love to get the updated posts via email.

Blessings from Roanoke Rapids up on the border,