It's Easter Sunday and we spent the day first at church, then at Mom's for lunch (yum!), and finally at Jeff's parents' for a bit before heading home. I have to say it was gratifying seeing our church almost full on Easter, and I'm especially grateful to have seen the Guss family after their devastating loss. God offers them the assurance of seeing their son again someday, and that's heartening. I love our church family and I'm so grateful for all of them!
The girls had their usual Easter baskets full of stuff, though we do try to cut back a bit on all the sugary things. Hannah wanted two CDs, and Katherine wanted two movies, which was good. We had a very early Easter egg hunt around the house, then took off. Now I've got about 20 things I need to do online but of course blogging comes first!
I FINALLY finished The Limits of Enchantment by Graham Joyce. My friend Stephanie had recommended it to me and I felt honorbound to try it since I've foisted so many books on her. All I can say is, What a Disappointment! Suffice it to say that I found it less than enchanting on many levels. Arrgh. Here's the link to my Amazon review:
I'm now reading Allison DuBois's first book, Don't Kiss Them Goodbye. I'm enjoying it immensely so far. I want to become a psychic! Think there's a school for that? LOL