The girls were coloring eggs when I got there and when they finished that, it was time for the Easter Egg hunt - with a bit more of a challenge this year since they are all getting older. Jill hid 12 pieces to a puzzle along with the eggs and they had to find all 12 pieces, put the puzzle together and then answer the 4 riddles that were written on the puzzle. Then, they had to take the first letter of each of the answers, unscramble those letters, and that gave them the location of the golden egg was. Inside the golden egg was a $5 bill for each, a bracelet, a fancy eraser, and a pack of gum.
We had a delicious dinner of ham, cheesy potatoes, fruits salad (my contribution), an asparagus tart, and lemon bars for dessert (Jill’s contribution). It was so nice to sit around outdoors and have some great conversation, play some bocce ball, and just enjoy being together and being outdoors.