Time To Dine And Decorate (3/31/2018) , We Call It D&D (Page One)
Yes indeed, we are off again to the Himalayan Grill to celebrate Easter 2018 with family and friends. Everyone is here except Bob, Nick, and Robin who were delayed due to family matters.
We are ready to dine...
Non-Alcohol wine is ready to join the meal!
Almost time for eggs!
They look to be frightened!
The girls are on automatic... We do not have to life a finger!
Becca and Miss Lily are getting started!
Next year we will have a baby brother to assist us!
Daddy to the rescue!
Lily knows the drill!
Serious discussions underway!
We are a little worried about Bob!
Pete provides adult supervision!
Jan gets a kick out of listening to the banter!
The serious look!
Did You Know? - Buying a new outfit for Easter stems from a superstition. Back in the mid-1800s in New York, people believed that buying new clothes to wear on Easter would bring them good luck for the rest of the year. And, lucky for us, the custom continues today.
Lily is now into the swing of things!
Yes... We like this color!
The eggs are taking shape... Excuse the pun!
Does this mean CAUTION?
Franklyn is performing heat surgery!
No No Theo... The nail polish goes on the other side!
Now the egg really gets cooked!
The story was told... Robin had a bad week!
Mom listens carefully!
Lisa has a thought going on! What could it be??
Did You Know? - Americans eat more than 600 million Peeps during Easter. This makes Peeps the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy. The Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, factory makes an impressive 1 billion Peeps a year and 4 million a day.
Brian is still hard at work!
Robin studies the egg holder... It's probably 30 years old!
Dad to the rescue!
A well oiled machine!
One can almost feel the persperation!
An event is about to occur!
She is one inch taller than her daddy was at the same age!
Did You Know? - We have had these measuring sticks around for 28 years as we got three of them for potential grandkids. We have Jon, Zachary, Connor, Hannah, and Lisa all charted up until they went off the scale!
Yep! One inch taller than Dad!
Putting on the finishing touches!