Thursday, April 21, 2011

Happy Easter!

Long time no PEEP (hardy har har Easter jokie for you guys teehee! ... I know, GROAN!) out of me, I know! It's been so long that I had to put on my thinking cap and squinch up my face really hard to remember my password for my blog.

I've really been struggling a lot and haven't wanted to dump it all here on my blog. Please know I think of you all often and miss you. And I wanted to check in and say Hello and wish everyone a very Happy Easter!

I decided to "holiday-i-fy" a bit in the hopes of lifting my spirits ... you know, pretend as if and perhaps it will be. So the photo above is the bottom of my Easter feather tree but good grief, I couldn't get a decent picture of the rest to save my life. I am extremely camera challenged, woe is me.

I've invited my family to my father's country club for Easter Brunch, we've been going the past eight years or so - the club graciously said they'd love to have us, they all loved my Daddy. So it will be one last time there for us, at the place he loved so much.

Oh my gosh, the things I am finding up at my dad's house!!! I am fixed for life with items for Vintage Thingie Thursday! I found these two Easter cards to my father, from my brother and I ... given before I could write my own name as my brother has signed both of our names.

Wishing you all a wonderful Easter (hope those on Spring Break are having lots of fun!), hoping you can gather all your dear ones close and hold them near this holiday week.


  1. Glad to see your posting and the Hallmark? cards.
    Soooo cute.
    Happy Easter to you and your family.

  2. Hi Sally! So good to hear from you. I've been thinking of you and sending all good thoughts your way. xox - Pam

  3. Hi Sally, I was just thinking of you the other day. I looove your vintage cards, they are adorable. I also noticed that we received the same card this year, Don and I got the same card from his parents that you have in the front of your display up there. Have a lovely Easter brunch and day. -Anna

  4. Sally, I'm so glad you're back. Your lunch sounds like a wonderful idea, and you can remember your Daddy. Lucky you to have so much stuff to go through. I've thought about you often during the last month-going through stuff with both of our Dad's. Hope you are feeling better each day. Happy Easter!

  5. Hi Sally,
    I have been doing a challenge and haven't been stopping by. I am so sorry for you loss! I hope you will try to remember the magic of your Dad. The memories you made and his cherished love n' wisdom! I love the card; it really is swell~
    Happy Easter~ xXx