What a nice day. We spent the day at a lovely beach at Corona Del Mar here is Southern California. Cliff house, gorgeous streets with very old quaint little homes, all different, line the streets. California's Coast Highway runs right along side of the beach not far from where we spent the day..
Me, my daughter Maryalice and her my Granddaughter, Ireland. Sometimes I am amazed at how Irish my children look. Yellow baby roses from daughter Maryalice!
"WAIT, I'm not ready!" I aways say that and no one ever listens! :)
Ever notice how old people bundle up on days when everyone else is...in shirt sleeves?
Sweetie pie smiled all day long...I am so grateful to have someone to watch over me..bless me whenever I sneeze and take pictures of me when I am not ready!! :)
I had to show you my son in law's plate of food! I made the potoato salad, baked beans and deviled eggs..daughter Mary made the cinnimon rolls with cream cheese frosting, french toast casserole, honey baked ham and egg and sausage casserole! I have ham and deviled eggs in the frig waiting for breakfast!! There were also a huge amount of deserts. Homemade cookie all decorated beautifully, giant cupcakes, strawberry pie, fresh sliced oranges, berries, of all kinds and a couple of cakes. It was beautiful!
Dear son in law is a SERIOUS eater...and appreciates every single bite!!
Daughter Maryalice and Grandson Eian, hiking up the cliffs with the metal detector in search of gold! (excuse me whilist I snicker a bit!) We had two metal detectors and it kept everyone busy...when not eating ...
Little Emily read an Easter book in her bunny ears...
...blew bubbles...(with some help from Uncle Alex!) Emily's little golden loop earrings were her Aunt Natalia's when she was a child and passed down to Emily.
...and hunted Easter eggs while Mommy photographed every single move with delight...
We had a wonderful day in spite of the shadow that was always there. It was a gorgeous day at the beach and one of the great things is that I got home with NO sand in anything!! Now that's a first!
I hope your Easter was wonderful too!