i'm running behind...
and the list goes
throw that together with
a new computer that has an
external hard drive hanging off the side (temporary)
the brains of my old computer
(back up your computer people!!!)
old....in computer terms that is
my computer wasn't even three years old
and the processor bit the dust
heaving me into the likes
of not having backed up
all my pictures, recipes, addresses,...basically my life for the past three years
and the lives of my family
pictures from easter
(which was also two weeks behind....*lol*)
you are about to be bombarded with pictures
the remainder of this post
contains picture after picture
of our grandkids, kids, nieces & nephews
the littles with their little baskets
our girls with their great aunt
the sandbox the hubs made for all the kidlets
(you can't see in this picture, but it has purple
bubbles painted all over the sides)
(it appears to me that she moved everyone out of the way to be first)
she does like her sweets
and son....why do you have a bucket on your head?????
could he be any cuter?????
my sisters little one
he looks just like her
right down to his little feet!
abby....the oldest of the bigs
guessed 287 for the jar of jelly beans
the correct number
and of course, what easter celebration is complete without
games involving raw eggs?????
father & son
tyler & mari
ah ah ah
no using your hands gi gi
ok.....we've run with eggs on spoons now lets
toss them back & forth until someone
has raw egg all over themselves..
so Samantha.....how did it feel? *lol*
our sister in law marianne
made all the girls these cute jars
(she's a crafty one!)
filled with candy
adults need sugar too
we have to keep up with all the
and because she's sweet like that
grandkidlets, nieces & nephews
jade, annie, samantha, kendra, tori, hayden, abby, mitchell, jesse, shelden
the little one in the tutu
and then there was millie
such a sweetie!
swinging like a monkey with mom & dad
"best friends are we"
jade & annie
we had a balloon release in memory of my sister
it was colorful & happy
and just what our family needed