The Copeland Family

The Copeland Family

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Easter Sunday




Easter was especially fun this year. For the 3rd year in a row, Jennifer has planned a pot luck salad dinner at our place. Everyone brought a salad type item(s) such as egg salad, asian chicken salad, fruit salad, tuna salad, and of course, tossed salad. For dessert, we had some delicious lemon pineapple pie and lemon poundcake with chocolate icing. Uncle Jason and Auntie Kristin were in town visiting from D.C. and hung out with us as we watched a lot of basketball. Draven was excited about the basketball at first, but I don't think he realized the amount of basketball that is on T.V. during March Madness. Over the weekend, we also spent some time grilling hamburgers and helping the Easter Bunny hide some treat filled eggs around the yard as well as filling up the boy's sandbox with sand. The boys were super excited to find that the Easter Bunny did that for them. We've had an empty sandbox for sometime now and Draven has mentioned several times that we needed to get sand for it.

On a side note, Pop and I spent most of Saturday driving down to Dillard, GA, which is basically located at the point where TN, SC, NC, and GA all meet. He needed a ride down to purchase a new navy blue Chevy truck that he and his brother found...great looking manly truck. The drive down was absolutely amazing...probably the most beautiful drive I have ever taken. The drive took us through the mountains, down the highway 411 stretch that takes you through Cherokee NC, Clingmans Dome, the Chimneys, etc...you get the picture.

2 comments:

Lynn said...

You might want to be a little extra careful what you say about the EB since D can read now! What WERE you thinkin'?

Lynn said...

Tomorrow - 4/2 - is Grandma Grier's birthday - 1920. Just FYI.