This is Nana, the world’s great MIL. We had Easter dinner at her house this year.
And this is Nana’s daughter, my wife.
And Logan, the kid, the big kid.
We had quite the spread. You can tell we are really heavy drinkers.
And after dinner, while everybody else is working I am snooping around. These are Heather’s cowboy boots from she was just a toddler. Her grandfather had a ranch you see. No matter, if you live in Oklahoma you have cowboy boots even if you hardly know what a horse looks like. Next the boots is a photo of our son Logan on a horse.
And this is Nana’s mother’s Easter hat. Nana wouldn’t model it for me. When I was a kid, all the women had Easter hats, and gloves, and white shoes. The little girls had little muffs and me and my brother Bob had bow ties.
Yep that’s us, rocking the bow ties. Better than muffs but still torture. In case you were wondering, I’m the good looking guy.
Back to Nana’s mother. These are her Iris’s that Nana transplanted from the family home in western Oklahoma. I love these flowers.
And this is Nana’s father’s saddle and hat. I love this old family stuff.
And here is our family photograph. We hope you had a great Easter with family and friends because we sure did.
Even with the early rain storm, it was a lovely day! Thanks for sharing your photos and a narrative of your Easter.
I love that Nana has kept these wonderful family mementos.
Your Easter was full of memories! Do you know (remember?) what kind of car you and your brother had in the background ? I’d love to wear hat and gloves during Easter!