My decorators made a Spring Break stop at my house recently. The grandchildren who live 20 minutes away are in charge of this wreath.
When they arrived, the wreath was still sporting its Valentine decorations. I took down the wreath and the children removed the Valentines. My grandson pointed out that the Wiggles, My Little Pony, and Bob, the Builder are no longer favorites. He suggested that I should buy some new Valentines before next February. OK. He’s in charge.
The children set to work to turn the wreath into an Easter wreath.
Of course, we added the little Hallmark Easter bunny that their daddy received from his grandmother many years ago at Easter.
Then they decorated the cat – no, not the real one.
Then they headed for the craft table so they could make some Easter decorations to put in the planter on the clock.
Each made an Easter bunny carrying an Easter basket. Each bunny also had a carrot handy for a snack. They also decorated some eggs. They took all their artwork into the dining room. They asked me to stay in the living room so that they could arrange everything and surprise me.
When all was set, they called me into the room. So cute!
Every time I walk through the room and see the clock, it brings a smile and a memory of a special time with my grandchildren to my mind. Making a memory for grandma.
Thanks for stopping by. In a few days I’ll be back to tell you about the Easter games and riddles and jokes that will be ready to go into the mailbox for my grandchildren.