I am trying to come to terms with the fact that I spent many hours writing Wyndham’s birth story and that blogger then decided to somehow spontaneously delete it. I couldn’t believe my eyes, but I went to post the birth story for everyone and all that was there were the pictures-no text. 🙁 This was particularly frustrating because I typed a lot of it with one hand while holding the baby with the other! Rest assured, I want Wynn’s story told because it is important to me and I want to have it documented here for the selfish reason that I never want to forget one minute of that scary but truly awesome night. So I will not be defeated and I will write it. AGAIN. Thank you for your patience.
In the meantime, I thought I would repost the photos from my Easter brunch last year. I LOVE to decorate a table for a party and Easter brunch tops my list of favorite projects. I didn’t think I would have the energy to do much this year for Easter but I am so overwhelmed by my love for my son right now and the concept of birth and new life that I want to throw a real party to celebrate the wonder of our most amazing Lord and the wonder of His Resurrection. Stay tuned to see what I come up with . . . For now, if you missed this last year, are photos from Easter brunch 2009.
God bless and Love,
and sorry about the absent story…so frustrating!
Health and happiness,
Sorry about the birth story…I was looking so forward to it. I know you are frustrated!!!!! UGH!!
BUT, your table last year was gorgeous!! I love the use of fruit in a vase! Are you doing the brunch again this year?
So beautiful and simple. Love the burlap sash around the white seats!
Can’t wait to hear your story. Mine was a little scary too but my Faith grew through leaps and bounds in those early hours of the morning.He came so early with no warning at all.
Leaning not on my own understanding….Proverbs 3:5
love with chocolate bunnies,
What a lovely table Erin. Sorry about the missing post. Blogger seems to be having a lot of issues the past few days. Very irritating.
Love the tablescape! I have the same china with the blue flowers. Got it from my grandma!
I remember that table from last year, SO pretty! I love how simple yet beautiful it is. You have a gorgeous, airy and cozy looking home. 🙂
I look forward to reading Wynn’s story. You know, that lost text thing has happened to me in hotmail more times than I can count and it can be so frustrating. I started typing longer posts/emails in a word document first and save it then transfer to where it’s needed as a precaution. You may want to do that for round 2.
Can’t wait to see your table for 2010!
such a pretty table – i love Easter, too. sorry about the lost story!! that is so frustrating. happy Easter! mary
Incredible. Is that drop-cloth you used on your chairs. So beautiful.
Very pretty! My mom had those floral dishes for Sunday dinners when we were growing up, but with a big family most of the pieces were broken.