We had a really fun Easter weekend and I thought I’d share it with you guys today.
We left for Buffalo on Saturday morning and I swear The Hubster was excited.
It had been touch and go for awhile. With us having covid, we weren’t sure if anyone wanted us to come visit. And then my nephew got some strange kid virus and had a really high fever for like 5 days.
But Friday afternoon, we realized that everyone was healthy and we made plans to leave in the morning.
We picked up some hot dogs for lunch and took them to my parents house.
You guys, I got to go inside my parents house and hug my mom and dad and grandpa for the first time since December 2019.
It was amazing.
They’re fully vaccinated and finally felt comfortable enough for us to come inside and visit.
All the hearts.
We headed to my in-laws house and got ready for the Easter Vigil.
Love these peeps!
When we got home from church, we got ready for the EB.
The small people in the house got up super early, so Auntie needed a big cup of coffee to wake up a little bit.
The Hubster’s sister and her family just bought property to build a house.
Since the weather was so nice, we got our boots on and headed over to check it out.
I thought this was going to be a drive by.
I didn’t know it was going to be a 2 mile nature hike where the property owners would say to me, “oh, we’ve never been back this far in the woods before. I’m not sure who’s property this is. Is it ours? The neighbors?”
I pretty much started praying that I not perish in those woods because I had some Easter chocolate left. 😂
We found our way back to the road and The Hubster decided that I should take a compass class so that I don’t get lost.
I just decided I won’t be tromping around unknown wooden areas.
The Hubster can’t help himself but to investigate.
When we got back to the house, we had a quick Easter egg hunt.
And I happily ate the Easter chocolate and Peeps!
The weather was so nice! We played a little baseball and ran around outside.
So much fun was had.
We ate a delicious dinner and headed back home.
Seeing our people was the best Easter gift ever.