i’ve donned the striped apron we bought for my mumsie once again (it’s a lucky thing that i actually picked out the apron and really like it since i’ve worn it the most). the cheese braids are very large (i had overactive yeast) and hopefully not too dry since it seems i turned the oven on one hundreed degrees less than what the recipe called for and i ended up baking them longer then i should have. right now i have our sweet potatoes, carrots, and herb dish roasting in the oven (i know, yuck. who likes sweet potatoes? but it really is good.). the table will be set in a little bit and later i’ll have to go up to my closet rand figure out what special something i can wear for Easter Sunday (i hate that job).
i love Easter. i love having this time set aside to really focus on what He has done for us. He, who took on our sins, took our judgement, and then was victorious over death. i love that i have the hope of eternal life spent with Him. yes, i know where i’m going.
tomorrow all my little ones will sing a song for the church. i won’t care if they forget words here-n-there and i won’t care if they forget to sing every now and then. i know i’ll be so very proud of them. they’re the cutest. really, they are! just wait till you see them.
question that has nothing to do with all of this. are there muslims in england, ireland, scotland, and france? i know there are women but what about muslims? ’cause if i have to go anywhere, i’d like to go to those places. i think paris would be perfectly lovely in june, don’t you?