Whell. It's true, Girlies! I'll be sporting this lavender dress on April 4th!
Yep! Alise and I are gonna look like two pastel Easter eggs this year! But I'm giving caution to the wind - and hoping I can find some fake tan in a bottle! Ha! It's been many, many moons since I had a brand spanking new Easter dress! That's what happens when you have a daughter and dressing her to the nines becomes more important than having your very own new dress to wear. I found a nice pearl choker at Forever 21 for $3.50 so all that's left is to find some nice sandals and my Easter ensemble will be complete! Tell me what you think!
Mrs. L had the grand idea of getting away from school for the class Easter egg hunt. I immediately thought of our church because it's located right down the road from the school and we have an outside playground area with lots of open grass space for hunting eggs. So I've been brainstorming all the fun games we can play including The Egg Race, The Egg Toss, and The Easter Egg Roll (so jealous of all those lucky boys and girls who get to do this on the White House lawn every year!). We're going to have popsicles, LSU cupcakes for a classmate's birthday (no comment - ha!), and other fun drinks and snacks. So pray that the weather cooperates and that it is 1) not too cool, or 2) raining, or 3) snowing.
And while I'm on the topic of Easter, let me just say how very, very, very disappointed I am that our local Biedenharn Gardens will be CHARGING - yes, CHARGING - guests to take snapshots in the gardens this year. This has always been a free event every year for the two weekends leading up to Easter and has become a family tradition for almost everyone in our city, including the Horton's. When I read about this extortion in the paper on Sunday, I was so angry that I had decided to write a letter to the editor, but I haven't done it yet. Not only are the Gardens charging for children, but also for the parents who will be taking the pictures! That's CAH-RAY=ZEE!!! I am just tee-totally fired. up. about. this!!