Easter 2013

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Our son was able to serve at the Easter Mass and carried the incense. He served with such reverence. I love how our Faith used all of the senses in the Mass. The smoke symbolizes the prayers of the faithful drifting up to heaven: the Psalmist prays, “Let my prayer come like incense before you; the lifting up of my hands, like the evening sacrifice” (Psalm 141).
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Here are the children after Mass all ready to change out of their Easter wear and dig into their candy and Easter baskets.
We enjoyed making deviled eggs, resurrection rolls, and a fruit bowl after Mass. If I had only bought enough white vinegar, we would have tried Catholic Icing’s wonderful egg ideas with food coloring… there’s always next Easter.
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A rare picture of John and me after Mass. I felt like an Easter egg myself with my tummy at almost 35 weeks. We are ready to have this little fella anytime now and meet him face to face!
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I’ve been quiet most of the time this Lent as I tried to stay off the computer as much as I could. I did a bit of sewing, to include these little burp cloths I made for the baby. I’ve also made several as gifts and had them monogramed. I am thinking about having “little brother” put on one or two of these for this little guy.

I hope you all have a wonderful Easter week! May God Bless you.

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11 thoughts on “Easter 2013

  1. Love the pic of you and John! Cute burp cloths too! Mine are ready to go on the bassinet : ) Only a couple weeks left and these cousins are coming!!

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