It is a time for new beginnings! Hubby and I are starting our lives as a couple who are fully vaccinated against COVID this week. I received my 2nd shot on Wednesday. On Thursday, I was tired and had the chills on and off, but had no other side effects. I actually surpised myself by taking a 40 minute nap. Hubby and my mom had their 2nd shot on Friday.
Our daughter came to visit with her pup, Ruby, on Thursday. You may recall that she and her husband rarely venture from their home so we all feel this is safe. She should be eligible for a vaccination in her state mid-April. Ruby was a very sleepy pup on Thursday.
She has perked up a bit since then.
Our son drove in on Friday after having a negative COVID test. He has to go in to work periodically so he feels more safe getting a test prior to visiting. It is not yet known when he will be eligible for a vaccination in his state.
We celebrated Easter as a family on Saturday as daughter needed to make the 3 plus hour drive home today for work tomorrow. Sometimes on holidays the drive can become 5 hours.
Katie made a Challah bread for us.
We had some with dinner last night and it became Lemon Blueberry French Toast Casserole this morning.
I made a Pineapple Upside Down Cake by Brown Eyed Baker.
I haven't done a whole lot of stitching this week despite being off from work. Santa's cheeks have more color.
I have also added a few more blue colors to the secret stitching.
I am joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are stitching. I am hoping to add some stitches to either Santa or Three Boats.
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