Sunday, April 08, 2007

A Fun-Filled Easter

Today was the first Sunday in I don't know how long that I haven't had rehearsal from 2-5pm. So Pete and I were pretty excited about having a whole day together! We decided to go to the early service at church so our afternoon would be free as well. We don't have a tripod so there aren't any picture of us in our Easter finery, but there is this lovely photo of Pete devouring a Peep:

When we got home from church it was too early to start on brunch, so we decided to take Hannah to the dog park to see if she could do any holiday socializing. She LOVES getting to ride in the car.

We were the only ones there for a few minutes but then Henry and his owner arrived, and, what can I say, it was love at first sight.

A little while longer Gus and his owner arrived, and he made fast friends with Hannah and Henry.

By the time we were ready to go, Hannah was as happy and exhausted as she gets. She went from this....

to this

in about 30 seconds.

So we went home and it was time to prepare our Easter lunch -- we were starving. Pete had gotten us a Honey Baked Ham on Thursday, so preparation wasn't a big deal. We ate that with some Hawaiian King rolls, steamed sugar snap peas, and some stuffing for Pete. I made a not-so-tasty Weight Watchers recipe carrot cake for dessert, but I put pink Peeps Bunnies around the border on the frosting, and those will improve anything. :)

After lunch we went to Home Depot to pick out the right shade of white so we could paint our beadboard and get going with our stalled dining room project. We decided on Ralph Lauren Petticoat White and got to work.

I borrowed a miter saw from Steve at work, so hopefully tomorrow we'll cut and install the new baseboards and then we'll really be making progress!

We had more ham (surprise!) for a light dinner and then we decided we needed to work off some of our Easter candy, and since it's so cold outside (see last post), we broke out the Dance Dance Revolution! Laugh if you want, but it's TONS of fun.

So that's it from Camp Crawford for Easter 2007. Hope everyone had a good day --and for those of you with kiddos, hurry up and send me some pictures!!! :)


My kid is cute said...

LOVE the DDR! I need to get an XBox or PS3 or something just for DDR and NCAA Football. (BTW, Tammy trying to play DDR is the definition of FUNNY.

andsozyouroldman said...

Green Peeps Rule!