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After Easter

We had a very nice Easter and hope you did as well. We had two services at church Sunday morning commemorating Jesus's death and resurrection. The choir and orchestra provided carefully chosen music which also helped us remember the significance of the day.

Nora, Topher, and little Della came for lunch and spent the afternoon at our house. A highlight of the afternoon was staging and taking pictures outside. Della was very patient while her mother worked at photographing her in various places around the yard.



We are still eating our Easter ham. I froze the "meaty ham bone" and some chopped and some ground ham for future meals. I don't have a picture, but I wanted to include a link to a good recipe for using up some of your leftover ham. We tried this Country Casserole recently and really enjoyed it. (This recipe calls for chicken but I substituted ham.)

I hope you and your loved ones had a blessed Easter.


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2 Comments on “After Easter”

  1. #1 Deb
    on Apr 23rd, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    Well, how cute is that, Becka, in that basket of plastic eggs! Just adorable. I know you had a fun Easter with family around.

    I’ve never prepared ham for Easter; actually, never grew up having a special meal although we do celebrate Easter. So I’ve never fixed a special meal at Easter for our family either. We did have company over on Sunday after church, and I made chicken in a biscuit! 🙂 I hope they weren’t expecting ham! LOL!

  2. #2 Becka
    on May 8th, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    Deb, we did have fun with some of the family here on Easter. I usually make ham or turkey breast because they are on sale around Easter time and there is plenty of meat for company. 🙂 We also enjoy the leftovers.

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