Easter Sunday

“kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see” – Mark Twain

This past week has been very challenging for me, not only because of the social distancing from my family, but I’ve also been dealing with back pain. I have never experienced such pain. My heart goes out to people with chronic back pain. But, like I tell my family, this to shall pass. In the meantime, my family is taking care of me which is a very foreign concept for me. I am the one that takes care of everyone, which I enjoy doing. My family made this Easter Sunday as special as all the previous ones, just in a different way. Since it was just the three of us, I told Ronnie to keep it simple. I was happy with cheeses, olives, soppressata, crackers, and Anthony’s delicious appetizer. My daughter made an extra lasagna for us, and my wonderful granddaughters made us Easter cookies. I was able to sit at my front door and enjoy a very short visit from Aleksandra, Isaiah, Jonathyn, Teri and the girls. It will be an Easter Sunday that none of us will ever forget.

Ronnie’s creation
Anthony’s appetizer
Aleksandra’s lasagna
Jonathyn and Ter’s Easter Dinner
Aleksandra and Isaiah’s Easter dinner
My beautiful family! Wishing Logan was here to celebrate with us.
Thank you Andrea Bocelli’s for sharing this Easter special, it was simply beautiful

One Comment Add yours

  1. Deby says:

    Yes Easter was different for us all this year
    Something I don’t think any of us will ever forget .. hopefully some day our grandkids can write about covid19..
    cheese ,crackers and olives sound delicious ..
    Anthony’s appetizer looks really good ..
    and Allies lasagna looks delicious ..
    All of your children’s meals look delicious
    I am so happy you all got to see all of your children and grandchildren .. and that you got to stand with the walker to talk them all at the door ..

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