A Pew with a View
Ben reprimands me with a raised eyebrow
Sneaking a peek over dad's shoulder
After the service, there was an Easter egg hunt on the church grounds. Ben and John were to round up all the kids and lay out the basic rules, like "If you see someone smaller than you, do not hesitate to shove them out of the way and take their egg," which was met with vehement protestation from most, but not all, of the gathered.
The crowd stands in awe of Ben's hypnotic charisma.
Ben and John demonstrate how to hold an egg.
"Yes, O Great Master."
Kyle takes a quiet moment with the daffodils to reflect on the advent of spring.
After church, we all headed off to the Lennons for lunch. We played basketball, blew bubbles, ate a lunch, (some) had water fights, petted the dog, petted the guinea pig, and talked of shoes and ships and sealing wax and cabbages and kings.
Ben and Ella
A lovely spread of hors d'oeuvres
Hummus dip and crackers
John throws his hand up, admitting defeat in the Great Sidewalk Race.
Jack back-flipped off this tree, but my camera could not catch the moment. You'll have to imagine.
The carving of the roast beast
A man of Swedish descent, who told me remembered Swedish words from his childhood. "Latmask!"
The man with the can; the beard and the beer.
And as for the rest of the afternoon? I avoided my homework and introduced Melissa to the vlogbrothers on youtube. Their videos are for the people with even the slightest leanings toward nerdhood. She consequently spent her precious time viewing their videos instead of going to bed, nerdfighter that she is.