For your Easter Gift, I have wrapped lots of goodies in links all about this post, I have hidden them beneath the words, and decorated just a few words with Easter Eye Candy. What is Easter without lots of Easter Baskets and chocolate bunnies? There is this wonderful chocolate shop nearby and I love to visit them at Easter. Today they have all their bunnies on display.
A few weeks ago their conveyor belts were all lined up with these chocolate delights. Dozens of chocolate baskets filled with goodies were wrapped in cellophane and tied with pretty ribbons sitting on tables covered in pretty tablecloths.
If you would like to take a trip to the magical world of bunnyland created seventy-four years ago, just follow this link.
Speaking of Easter bunnies, I designed this Grandma Easter bunny for my mother twenty years ago.
In your Easter Bonnet, I remember Fifth Avenue in New York City and the Easter Parade with all the pretty bonnets.
The prettiest bonnets I thought were on my girls when they were little.
Oh, the lovely memories that come flooding back of all the Easter egg hunts, and the dozens of Easter outfits and soft animal bunnies and lots and lots of chocolate.
Memories are such a blessing.
We are on our way to visit my mother in Vermont to create some more memories to save for the tomorrows, and we will leave early Friday morning for our trip. I want to wish all of you a Happy Easter.
I will leave you with a poem that I wrote about Easter.
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST LIVES
Our redeemer is celebrated in the Glory of Spring,
and we like the blossoms hanging from the branches
cling to our Savior and are covered by His Grace.
The glory of His resurrection is announced,
as each tree awakens with beautiful blossoms,
each flowered branch reveals the promise
and blessings of the Gift,
The tiny birds sing Praise,
as they rejoice the rebirth of every living thing,
Declaring in their song,
'THE LORD JESUS CHRIST LIVES'
If you highlight this photo, you can read the words
The song for this post is Happy Easter, and I hope that you have a very happy day. This song is from one of my favorite movies Easter Parade, if you would like a little movie clip, Fred is still dancing.