We arrived back from our quick "Escape" to Florida
just before the ice storm and in time to prepare for the Holiest of Days ....
My Mennonite Girl's Can Cook book is open to pg. 133 and Lovella's dough is on the rise.
I have adopted this wonderful Easter Bread tradition as one of my own.
It reminds me of the celebration of our risen Lord...
"Easter is the most significant day in the life of those that have accepted
the forgiveness of Jesus Christ"
by Lovella Schellenberg, Mennonite Girls Can Cook.
While the dough rises:
I will attempt to get caught up on my blogging, both reading and finally posting.
I have struggled with keeping up and our internet connections were sparse to say the least while travelling!
I will prepare the homemade mustard for the delicious ham dinner to be shared with my Family In Law tomorrow on Good Friday.
I will bake some homemade bread - my cupboards are bare.
I will carve the Easter Butter Lamb.
Just a few more groceries to pick up but that will have to wait till the Paska is done ... that is if the ice storm that makes my hydro go on and off this morning lets me - eek!
I guess this post is somewhat of a "throw back Thursday" one.
Now skedaddle dear reader and I'll catch up with you all later.
So much to share about our recent trip to Gator country.
Till next time ..... Happy Easter to you and yours!