Saturday, April 11, 2009

~ Getting Ready For Easter ~

Good morning everyone. Are you busy doing last minute things for Easter? I 'm pretty much ready, but this morning I doing some food preparations for dinner tomorrow. I'm helping the bunny with his eggs and baking more Easter cookies. These little chicks are on my kitchen window sill and are keeping me company while I'm baking.
I think this little pair look so cute in their Easter bonnets.....


Maybe, they are ready for the Easter Parade.........


Well, I must get busy. This afternoon Lisa and I are going to an Easter Tea at our favorite tea shop.
Have a happy day....hugs, Linda




9 comments:

Heidi said...

Humm...helping the Easter bunny? Nope. I am helping Dan The Destructor by emptying buckets. That is my code name today for Jos. More about it later on my blog. :-)

Your chicks are so cute and now I have Easter Parade singing in my head. So I am off to whistle while I work again...

I will answer your email again soon too.

Hugs ~
Heidi

Andi said...

Linda, your little chicks are adorable all dressed in their Easter Bonnets. Have a wonderful Easter Sunday. I'm getting the house ready today and some of the food as well.

Love and Hugs, Andi

Lib said...

Hi Linda,
Awwwwww......What a sweet post!;o)
Hope ya'll had a great tea.:o)
Happy Easter!
Do you hear from "I'm A Little tea Pot?" I miss her posting.
Blessins',Lib

TattingChic said...

Cute little chickies. Have fun at your Easter tea and Happy Easter to you! :)

Denise said...

He Lives... and because HE lives we will live also.........

Blessings to you this Easter weekend

Vintage Tea said...

What lovely chicks getting themselves ready for Easter.

Victoria x

Love Bears All Things said...

Yes, I had many preparations to make but also colored eggs with the "grands". I'll share some photos later. I like your window sill display.
Mama Bear

Nancy said...

sound like you are a busy bee, or chick. LOL. They are very cute. Hope the tea was good.
We are going to George's son's for dinner.
Nancy

Sharon said...

Your window sill display is so cute! I love those vintage chicks in their bonnets!