6 TBSP cocoa, 1/4 C butter, 1 C sugar, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1/3 C flour, 2 eggs, Cook 350 - 25 mins.



Easter day .....

Brisan slept in and was not in any of our pictures. The kids grabbed their grub and watched two movies..."Hop" and "The Smurf Movie."  Kazz and Becca stopped by to get their stuff from the Easter Bunny....but they forgot to take it with them when they left.

I can't promise that the stuff will still be here when they return...It is candy ya know. :o)

Brian and I put up the new Basketball Hoop that is attached to the roof of the garage.  People keep stealing our portable Bball Pole/Hoops so we're hoping that this one will stay put longer.  I'll keep ya posted on that situation.

Before the kids could play in the driveway, Brian had to have some help getting his old, broken down, 12 year old Alero out of the driveway and into the garage.....and before that car could go into the garage we had to clean out the see the never ending circle here.  ie: There was a lot to do to get that little Basketball Hoop up and ready for use.

The day was spent raking, cleaning, pitching, bundling, throwing and tying up garbage bags.  Fun. Fun.  We would take breaks periodically to play with Macy and chit-chat.

After the garage was cleaned out, Daxx and Kole pushed the old car into the garage.  It's great to have kids old enough to help.  I really like that.  .....  AFTER all that, we went inside to eat Brian's yummy, yummy sweet ham that had been cooking all day.  I ate quickly, grabbed Brisan and snuck outside to hide the eggs.

We had a night-time egg hunt.  The littles (can I still call our younger crew "littles"?)  Well, they love a night-time egg hunt.  It's harder to find them and more fun to run around like a chicken with their heads cut off while feeling their way around the yard in the dark.  

Easter was a family filled, fun day that I hope will be handed down from our generation to the next.

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