Monday, April 5, 2010

A Low Key Easter Meal

We had deviled eggs, ham, funeral potatoes, corn and pies courtesy of Marie Calendar's. Nancy brought some rolls and ice cream. That was it.

We all got full and we all enjoyed our meal.

After dinner we let the kids open the resurrection eggs while Paul read to them the story of our Saviors crucifixion and resurrection. I am truly humbled by the gift we have all been given. I am so thankful for sacrifice that was made on my behalf. It was a very nice Easter dinner even though it was all very low key and humble.

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