Our Easter weekend was a little different this year, but it was wonderful!
We all traveled to Richmond, Indiana to hear our daughter, Rachel perform as the alto soloist in A Child of our Time, composed by Michael Tippett, with additional music by Stravinsky and Vaughn Williams. It is a piece for orchestra, chorus and soloists, and is about the holocaust.
And of course we always have to do some family photo shots!
My beautiful girls – I am truly blessed!
Anna, Rachel, Sarah and Faith
On Sunday, as we headed home, we stopped in Columbus and had a wonderful Easter brunch with our Columbus relatives! And then we all cheered Michigan Men’s basketball on to victory, as they qualified for the NCAA Final Four next weekend! Sweet!!
Hope your Easter celebration was wonderful and that you got to spend time with those you love. Christ is Risen!
Counting my many, many blessings today! I am so thankful for all of you who visit my blog, for all of you who stamp with me, for my wonderful, talented downline – you all add so much joy to my life!
But on this day, what I am most thankful for is my family! Can’t wait to spend the day with our four beautiful daughters!! Rich and I are truly blessed!
Oh, and I can’t forget this cutie – our Charlie! He will surely have a big day, too!
We are looking forward to a great day at the Milligan home today – we will have 20 here, gathering for food, fun and more food! Lots of family and a few friends here today – and what is really great is that my brother in law, Andy and my nephew Ted are coming and they are both chefs!!! WHOO!
After our dinner, we are going to make gingerbread houses -a Thanksgiving tradition for many years at our house! I will post some of the pictures this weekend!
Have a wonderful day everyone!