Full of moments each day.
Here is what our Holy Week held.
Saturday, March 28, 2015--
Our churches annual Easter Eggstravaganza was on Saturday morning.
It was a great success!
After the Eggstravaganza was over and we cleaned up, my family headed down to see the Walsars to celebrate Ms. Helen's 97 birthday.
It was great fun!
Sunday, March 29, 2015 --
Palm Sunday started with a processional of palms at church.
Then home for a bit before heading back over for our Sunday youth meeting.
It was really chilly that day, so we had our devotions around our new fire pit with smores.
So thankful for Eagle Scouts who do their Eagle Projects to beautify our campus.
We then ran to grab some supper.
Supper was quick our commute back home?
87/365.....not so quick.
Monday, March 30, 2015 --
On Monday morning, Miss Lillie got a Respect Award at school.
We are so proud of our girl!
The rest of the day was full of work and dentist appointments.
Then we came home and Maggie presented us with a power point she made entitled
"5 Reasons I want a Hamster".
88/365.....she is definitely working all angles.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 --
On Tuesday, I got to go on a field trip to the Biltmore with Maggie.
It was (as always) gorgeous and the Downton clothes were there, so it was awesome.
Then, we went to eat a late lunch at my fav Mexican place -- Papa's and Beer.
And then headed on through the tunnel to get to The French Broad Chocolate Lounge.
89/365.....Enjoying their fare.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015--
Decades Dress Up Day at school for JDRF Foundation.
SO much fun!
Can you tell what decades we chose to represent?
These two spent part of their morning with the orthodontist.
They got lots of attention in those outfits!!
Thursday, April 2, 2015 --
Maundy Thursday. We had a Maundy Thursday service for the first time since we got here.
It was wonderful
There was a little paying on the playground after wards.
Friday, April 3, 2015 --
On Friday, we had a Taize service
I got this shot as we walked across the street.
It was almost time.
Praying at the cross in the darkest hour.