Saturday, March 22, 2008


Our neighbors went to Hawaii for Spring Break; my running partner and her husband went skiing in Banff; another friend rode his motorcycle to Arizona. with some friends, but I still think we had the best Spring Break of them all though. What did we do? Absolutely nothing. That's not exactly true. We doggysat one of Rowdy's puppies for the weekend; Russ built a new fence; my kids faithfully went to swim practice everyday; and I knit Easter stuff.

"There is nothing like
staying at home for real comfort."     -- Jane Austen



I found a pattern on The Purl Bee for Easter eggs knit in the round, but I never got around to trying it. I still might. They're so cherrful.

10 comments:

mari said...

That is one cute bunny! :)
Happy Easter.

suzbryan said...

Love the bunny and the Easter egg.

Suzanne

Hege said...

Your bunnies are so cute!
And don't worry about braging, I love it when we have snow and weather like we have now!
Have a great sunday :)

Tracy said...

Sweetest bunny! Wishing you & yours a very Happy Easter weekend! ((HUGS))

marit said...

God påske til deg også!
I tried posting, but something happened....so I'll try again!
Love your bunnies, they are so cute:-)

Wool Winder said...

You'll go back to work well rested and your friends will need another vacation to catch up. Sometimes a week at home is a real treat.

Anonymous said...

Sounds alike a wonderful spring break and Easter! Call me to catch up soon!
XO
Ann (Lincoln)

Julie said...

Jane Austen knows best. And the money you save by not vacationing means you can buy more essentials like yarn, books, chocolate...
I do love your bunnies. They are absolutely adorable. Glad you enjoyed your relaxing Easter!

monica said...

I whole heartedly agree with Jane.
We pretty much did the same thing with a few day trips added in, so the kids wouldn't go absolutely batty.

Your easter knitting is so cute. I love those little eggs and th ebunny too.

TheBlackSheep said...

Wasn't it just bliss? Nothing like home. Nothing.