Happy Wednesday ! And today's post is all about Easter Candy !!! This gem is a local favorite & produced Seasonal - Read more & Enjoy - Lisa In 1855 in New Orleans, Christopher Henry Miller turned his pastry chef experience into the Miller Candy Corporation. His son-in-law, Augustus Elmer, eventually joined him. And around [...]
Easter Egg Hunt : a family tradition But have you considered the history around it- The word "Easter" is thought to come from the Teutonic goddess of springtime Eostre, who was commonly associated with rabbits thanks to their connection with fertility; early Germanic cultures believed that Eostre and her egg-laying rabbits heralded the beginning of [...]
book link The smell of burnt cake is not a good omen for Annie when she arrives at the Black Cat Cafe. But little does she know that her Aunt Leona’s cooking disaster is only the first of many problems she’ll be served in a big basket of cracked Easter eggs. Annie quickly learns that [...]
Welcome to my Easter Egg Hunt Party! Easter Sunday carries with it many different traditions, but in Cajun country, there's one very different tradition that can get competitive. "Paqueing" is an activity that has been done for years by many in Acadiana. In French, the term “Paques” translates to Easter. While that is the meaning, [...]
It's Sunday And Welcome ! Grab a cup of coffee & enjoy Today is the Sunday before Easter making it Palm Sunday a perfect time for Brunch today - the Sunday before Easter, when the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem is celebrated in many Christian churches by processions in which palm fronds are carried. [...]
Saturday Morning Movies
Happy Saturday !
Today I am posting about Movies & Movie Treats . But What about Books turned into Movies ? Here a list of some –Best Books Made into Movies
Did you take the Challenge is your favorite on there ?
Some of the newest is : A Wrinkle in Time at the movies now, So do you read the book before going to the movie or after ? My son read it in Middle school as a reading requirement But I haven’t read it.
Meg Murry and her little brother, Charles Wallace, have been without their scientist father, Mr. Murry, for five years, ever since he discovered a new planet and used the concept known as a tesseract to travel there. Joined by Meg’s classmate Calvin O’Keefe and guided by the three mysterious astral travelers known as Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which, the children brave…
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