Life does go on. Today after the rain I took pictures of my blooming, Bleeding Hearts. Even though the rain was heavy this morning, their tiny, delicately created blooms shared their beauty. Don't you just love perennials? Year after year they come back to visit.
Their artistic design is amazing to me. They reminded me of hearts with tear drops when I took this picture.
Thanks to a creative lady in blogland, I copied this fun idea and three little grandchildren eagerly made each little nest. The blog is..."gratefulprayerthankfulheart.blogspot.com/" . I really enjoy every visit I make to her fascinating, beautiful, and well written blog. I know she would like if you visited her too. The recipe for the chow mein nests with the eggs can be found on her blog, along with more pictures. The grandchildren were excited to make the edible favors for our Easter dinner, and can't wait to surprise their parents with the completed project.
Finally, I want to share my adorable little Easter bunny with you. Her other grandma captured this picture for me and eagerly I will share it with you.
It has been a sad week for all of us, but today I am passing on some nuggets of joy with you, from my world. Easter is one of the most thrilling and important holidays for me. Tomorrow I will share a few thoughts from my heart.