Have a Blessed & Happy Easter
It's time to Celebrate the Small ThingsHop over to Lexa Cain's and join in this fun weekly Celebration. Lexa's wonderful co-hosts are:
L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge
Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits Blog
I'm preparing for Easter and attending a
holy service on this Good Friday.
I'll be praying for our world!!!
**He is Risen**
Happy Easter :-)ReplyDelete
Have a Blessed Easter.
Happy Easter Alex.Delete
Right before I read this, I remembered today was a holiday! When you freelance, you forget about those things, I guess. Happy Easter!ReplyDelete
Happy Easter Stephanie!Delete
The way things are going, the world needs all the praying it can get. I've never had corned beef and cabbage despite living in NYC for years. I've had awesome deli corned beef sandwiches & Reubens though ('course that's Jewish and not Irish, lol!). Have a great weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Happy Easter, Cathrina! Hope your celebration is spectacular!ReplyDelete
You Too Deanie!!!Delete
Corned beef and cabbage-yummy! Have a blessed Easter!ReplyDelete
Love Corned Beef and Cabbage.. ole Irish girl here too! Happy Easter to you and your family, Cathrina ~Lori~ReplyDelete
Lori's CtST @ As the Fates Would Have It
Have a lovely Easter! :)ReplyDelete
You too Christine.Delete
Spring is one exciting and food-filled time of the year!ReplyDelete
Yes, it is!! :)Delete
I hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend. Great things here.ReplyDelete
A lovely post. Your prints say it all: rejoice in the small, and rejoice in the big.ReplyDelete
Christ is risen!
That dinner looks fabulous! Hope you had a Happy Easter!ReplyDelete
HAPPY EASTER TO ALL!!ReplyDelete
I used to hate corned beef and cabbage as a kid, but I need to try it again. That looks delicious. I used to hate broccoli and now I love it.ReplyDelete