Although the past couple of days have been relatively warm (in the mid-50’s) and spring-like, the skies remain cloudy and a brisk north wind is blowing. At least the 7+ inches of snow we received last Sunday have melted! I am determined to think spring and put winter behind me. I hope you enjoy more pictures of spring decorations and our annual Easter Egg Hunt.
I am always changing my decorations and the way I display items. Isn’t this cute? A milk glass chicken placed on a green Depression glass cake plate. Underneath is an antique linen placemat.
One of my favorite pieces of furniture in my spare bedroom is this beautiful dresser. It belonged to my husband’s grandfather. For many years is was stored in the basement at my mother and father-in-law’s home. When we brought it up out of the basement, it was in pretty rough shape, but I was determined to restore it. It was a bigger project than I could handle, so I called an excellent furniture restorer or did a wonderful job on the dresser. Everything is original, including the marble insert, the candle holders, and the handkerchief drawers. It looks even more beautiful with these spring and Easter decorations.
There are no flowers blooming outside yet, so I bought these lovely white tulips at the local grocery store. They look lovely in a mason jar displayed on an old milk can.
The annual Easter Egg Hunt is a tradition in our family. Our grandchildren had a wonderful time and we had a great time watching them.
And here they are with their all their goodies! It looks like everyone found plenty of eggs. Our adorable grandchildren – Kathi’s grandsons Carter and Cohen and my granddaughters Ella, Lainey, and Nora.
We hope all of you had a happy and blessed Easter.
Thanks for stopping by.
Until next time,
Pat and Kathi