Sunday, April 12, 2009

The very symbol of rebirth.

Woke up this morning with all this outside my bedroom door.
















































































































It all showed up in this basket.



Meredith invited 5-year old Derek over yesterday to play around with Easter eggs.

Meredith is the artist who created these.

There is also some chocolate involved.


Weather is a touch on the inclement side, might not get too much yard work done.

But the day is young yet.

9 Comments:

Blogger butch said...

Wow, Meredith is one talented lady. What a lovely little Easter basket to stumble upon as Palmer is risen. Really, those eggs, and that basket is the sweetest of gestures and symbols.

We had a very quiet Easter. Our youngest daughter, Andrea, who now calls us her "roommates", decided to eat the meal with us. She and Melva ran off to Morning Easter Service at church, while I stayed home and smiled at the universe in my own way, stroking the Christ inside without having to go outside, or paying a guide to help me find it/Him/Them.

We decided to go to a local Mexican restaurant for Easter Brunch, and it turned out to be a clusterf**k mob scene. We felt pushed through the buffet line, and they were always out of the stuff we wanted, so ten minutes later you elbowed your way back into the churning line to find the watermelon or bacon and such. I guess we will not be doing that again soon. It stressed Melva out and pissed me off. Andrea was non-plussed as most 25 year olds would be.

I got my ophthalmic appointment moved up to this week, Thursday morning. Since I am a bit tired of eye strain migraines and cataract frustration, this pleases me to save two weeks of waiting.

I got busy over on FFTR and am working on JESSE JAMES OF THE MOVIES. Since we are screening the Brad Pitt latest version next month, I got to thinking of the many movies Jesse appeared in, and was positive that someone else on Christ's earth would like a detailed breakdown of same.

Glenn

6:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is great about being on the other side, so to speak, is at Easter we get to visit with Jesus hisself, kind of have a heavenly hoedown, a rather large picnic. Christ walks and floats among us, and appears on giant screens like a rock star on thousands of screens. And the chuck was delicious. You always eat whatever you desire here, and calories do not exist. And yes, there is sex after death, of a sort--but that's another story.

............Eddy Emerald

6:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

izn't rebirth dat stuff from da placenta dat animals eat, and humans toss in da sterile trash?

...........Vinnie

6:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should have paid more attention during your Catholic school days, Vin.

...........Edgar Poo

6:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wuz too busie shootin craps and strong armin' da geeks in da john.

............Vinnie

6:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane & Glenn!
Glenn IS right; Meredith IS a very talented artist (and lady)! The LL thinks so too; please give her and my regards to Meredith (and Keth).
Thanks, and
Tschüß,
Anonomann

1:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, nochmals, Lane!
Sorry the weather in Seattle doesn't match that in Schwerin!!
We have had nothing but sunny skies and temperatures between 68 and 73 degrees´Fahrenheit since 5 April, and it is expected to last at least through 17 April!! So, we have had to water the many, many plants and trees in her garden regularly, but it is worth it, thanks to the sun!! (Have to wear my UV-proof hat as a result, but that's a small price.
Tschüß,
Anonomann (+ LL)

1:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Glenn,
Hope your cataract problem is not too serious!! The LL had an operation for them on 17 March; she is recovering, but it was not pleasant for her. As I can still see much better than I can hear, I won't have an operation for cataracts until they get much worse; the LL's experience convinces me.
Best wishes!! (and Tschüß),
Anonomann (+ LL)

1:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo (nochmals), Lane!
Yesterday, I couldn't send my usual weekly comments from the State Library here in Schwerin, as Easter Monday is always a holiday in Germany. I guess so that the pius can have one day on this long weekend to have some fun; we have had fun all four days of it: days in the garden, evenings in the State Theater (as volunteers and/or audience).
Tschüß,
Anonomann (+ LL)

2:00 AM  

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