Happy Sunday Everyone,
When my sister, brothers, and I were children, my parents always made sure we were all dressed up in our Easter finery. One of my favorite memories of Easter is hunting eggs with my siblings. I can’t remember how old we were when we stopped getting Easter Baskets and hunting eggs. Then we all got married and started having children. Every Easter, the four of us and our children would go to our parent’s house so the little ones could hunt eggs. We were all so very thankful that my parents wanted us to spend every holiday with them so they could be a big part of their grandchildren’s lives. I had one boy and three girls and was so sad when they decided they were too old for Easter eggs. Then both of my parents passed and we were without them for Easter. It wasn’t the same. After several years, all of my children got married and began having children of their own. I’m so happy that they all wanted to continue the tradition of spending Easter and all of the other holidays together! But now, my grandchildren are almost grown and feel like they’re too old to hunt eggs. We will all still be together for the day, but it won’t be the same. I’m hoping that I will be around to watch my great grandchildren out in the yard hunting eggs! I know that my grandchildren will continue the tradition of all being together on holidays because that’s the way they were raised and they are all like brothers and sisters.
This little girl reminds of all of the female children hunting the eggs in their beautiful Easter dresses. It was made with the same stamp set as the previous card I posted – Easter Blossoms. As I said previously, this is one stamp set I can’t part with even though it’s retired.