Easter is fast approaching and of course, The Lord, Our Savior is the first thing that comes to your mind.
Secondly, is food!!!!!
There’s Ham, Lamb, salads, desserts, vegetable sides of all kinds!!!!
Mom is in charge of Easter dinner every year and this year she is having a “cookout”.
So we will be having hamburgers, hot dogs, and brats.
Sounds good, huh!!
I’ve been looking for new recipes to try on Pinterest, as I always do.
Last year I made this tomato, corn, and avocado salad and everyone liked it, so I’m making it again.
I am also going to make this banana pudding recipe.
And to give the kids something fun to eat, I am making this rice krispie treat recipe.
It is made with the little marshmallow peeps.
What are you planning on making for your Easter dinner?
After church, of course.
We have seen some very exciting games in the last few days as the Winston Redbird Boys team has been at the state final four tournament.
Although we have had some very, very good boys basketball teams from Winston, they have never been this far before.
This will be the last high school basketball game for seniors Chevy Calhoon and CJ Uthe.
Go get ’em!
The sign committee is doing a great job!!
So happy for this team!
As I mentioned before, this is the first time the boys team has made it to the final four, but Winston had been there before………..32 years ago, the 1983 girls team, and yes, I was on that team!
The only senior on the team, along with juniors – Pam (Pedro) Moore, Jenny and Beth Lin, and Jane Taylor, sophomores – Jodie Lin, Tina Hutton, Shari Wright, and Kathy Perry.
Best time of my life!
Enjoy it boys!
Here are what my branches turned out like…..
Aren’t they gorgeous?!
My daughter plays basketball and the team that she played for this season was a fighting team!
They had their ups and downs, but all in all it was a great season.
Here are a couple of pictures of the season.
The boy’s team at my alma mater, the Winston Redbirds, are headed to the final four this weekend!!
Good luck boys!!
I had my three-month check up this week and everything is looking great!
My heart is back to normal, my blood counts are in the normal range, and I’m not scheduled for another appointment for three months!
I am starting to feel a little better too.
I have one more surgery coming up in April to finish what we started with the reconstruction process.
But surgery is nothing compared to chemotherapy!!
I feel very blessed to be on this side of the cancer.
The Lord is with me!!
He still has plans for me to fulfill.