Happy Easter y’all

Happy Easter y’all

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    Happy Easter y’all

    No matter what you believe I hope y’all have a good day today.

    The bunny does things differently around here when you have 2 teenage boys.
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    Same to ya. We usually sponsor a big dinner for relatives, but this year is different. We just made some ribs and bacon wrapped asparagus for the two of us an continued with the quarantine.

    One benefit of staying home so much is that we are certainly clearing out the pantries of older food stocks. Living in the country, we always buy in bulk so we don't have to go to town so often. It's certainly paying off now.
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    Definitely different this year. I grilled burgers, fresh cut asparagus and made sweet potato fries while the wife did a vegetable tray and tossed together a home made apple pie with the daughters. While we ate we had the laptop on the table and somehow through technology the entire extended Murphy family appeared on the screen, each with their own little rectangle and we commenced to all talk at the same time having 6 different conversations at the same time. Just like it would be if we were all together. It was nice to at least be “together” in this way. Happy Easter to all. He has risen!


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    Yeah different for sure. Church service via the web, lasagna for just the four of us. Worked with the lab for a while before the front hit and being piddling around getting a few things done here and here.
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    The wife was at work youngest stayed in witchita I watched a service on tv then had a fish fry with daughter and her family next door
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    I hope everyone had a great Easter. Pretty quiet here with just the Wifey and me and weird weather yesterday afternoon, but we do have a lot to be grateful for.
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