Another Awesome Week

 Our daughters & grandbabies came in during the MS Spring break for a few days. The water in the Gulf was cold but not enough to stop the young. It was joy to our hearts to see the five interact.
This is Alaina ~ pure happiness, filled with life.
Then it was St. Patrick's Day!
(You can always go to Jenny's Etsy store to purchase some of the items you'll see on here!) You can also find a button for Elle Belle Designs on the right side there.
John and I explored Bon Secour Friday and found it to be a delightful, slow paced town. We stopped at The Tin Top restaurant for a late lunch and thoroughly enjoyed it. Especially the strawberry bread pudding and coffee to wrap up the meal. 
Saturday, we rode over to Fairhope to take part in their annual Arts & Crafts Festival. It is growing each year, so I'm told. This year amazed me! It was our first time but it won't be our last. So many vendors, so many beautiful items handmade from driftwood, paper, marbles,
and other items we take for granted that someone has turned into art. Of course we ate at McSharry's Irish Pub! For $12.95, a huge plate of corn beef, cabbage and new potatoes, with slaw and red onions on the side. And yes, it was good. The music was lilting, the breeze cooling, and the atmosphere straight from wanna be Ireland {wink}. We had a grand time. Thank you, Deborah, for the invite!
 Now, it's time to look ahead to Easter. This week, I'll be featuring Easter ideas across the blogging world starting with this cute garden idea. Or, as they have shown it, a cute centerpiece for a large area.
Good Housekeeping
To make this tower of treats, tape cut-to-fit craft paper around two empty 32-oz. yogurt cartons. Hot-glue an upside-down carton inside a large orchard basket, then glue a medium basket on top. Repeat with other carton and small basket. Fill with faux grass and goodies!
I love love love tablescapes, and this is no exception! Look at the way the light flows thru the glass, and the subtle hints of everything Spring ~

Have a blessed week! and I'll be on the lookout for fresh and new Easter ideas! I'm working on mine!

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