After breakfast, some of the youth from our church put on a fun skit depicting the resurrection story. I have to assume that was good, too, but I can't be sure because I didn't pay close enough attention. I'm not sure if that's because our kids were causing so much havoc that I couldn't concentrate, or I was nodding off after filling my tummy with good food. That part of the morning was kind of a blur.
The Easter service was great, and the sanctuary seemed especially full, which is always fun. It was indeed a joyous morning of celebrating.
After church we headed over the the in-laws' house for dinner. Every Easter and Thanksgiving since the Wife and I have been married, our two families have eaten dinner together. At first I was a little worried that my mom and my mother-in-law might get into a brouhaha over what kind of pickles should be served (the correct answer is always Baby Dills, by the way), but there has never been a problem, not even the slightest dust-up or most minor of melees, so the tradition has continued on. Today's Easter dinner was especially good. I don't know who brought the green bean hotdish, but it was superb!
|Nothing is more fun than mixing a little golf into your Easter celebration. As long as nobody gets hurt!|