by angeliska on April 13, 2009

The Great Easter Egg Hunt of 2009 was a definite success-
children frolicked, bonnets were flaunted, and delectables devoured!
The rain came early in the morning, leaving us a perfect golden afternoon.

This is my little neighbour, Miss Adelle Rose-
is she not the prettiest child you have ever seen?
My family and friends brought their wee ones,
lots of babies and tinies hopped up on sugar,
hunting for eggs and smashing cascarones!
Our house and garden are thoroughly sprinkled
with colorful confetti and eggshells..

Miss Nicole showed up in the best outfit ever-
extremely pregnant in ballerina tutu, stripeys, and pink cowgirl boots!
She is totally gorgeous and radiant and due in one week!

Alix and I in our Easter Sunday best!
I recycled my candy covered epaulette from the Eris parade
(yes, pictures really are coming soon- promise!)
and it became a dandy chapeau- the children were tantalized
by the bon-bons and wanted to attack me and eat all the candy!

Mlle. Katinka Pinka and Mister P. laughing in a sunbeam..

This is Pearl’s doll, Priscilla- she is 89 years old and only eats cottonballs.

Jason F. Austin and Mlle. Alisan, sporting fabulous ears!
Hers are made of her own hair and apple-blossoms.. Incroyable!
The picnic spread was lovely- lots of rice dishes! Chinese tea-eggs
were a favorite, and rainbow sherbet punch! Excellent with gin, natch.

Can you believe this iris? It smells like Vanilla Orchid Cream sno-balls
from SnoWizard on Magazine street in New Orleans. For real.

Driving out into the country we last week we found this field of bluebonnets
and bunnies. Of course we had to stop and take pictures! They are on flickr,
as are more easter photos! Very happymaking.


ah! i wish i would have gone! thanks again for the invite. i love your house & your garden looks just beautiful!!

by ~lori~ on April 13, 2009 at 8:07 pm. Reply #

lovely. simply lovely…

by andrea gutierrez on April 13, 2009 at 8:39 pm. Reply #

Uhm… Do you live in Wonderland? This looks to be an astounding event, and I hope to partake in something like this someday. Gorgeous shots! I’m agape and inspired.

by mchen on April 13, 2009 at 8:45 pm. Reply #

yes, portal to austin NEEDED NOW!@!*!&*(!!!
i want to kiss your cheeks!

by verhext on April 13, 2009 at 8:47 pm. Reply #

hello hello,
thank you for having us! your house and friends are lovely. hope the rest of the party went swimmingly (though without any swimming, or maybe just some swimming in those delicious teas).

by rachel on April 13, 2009 at 8:47 pm. Reply #

I feel comforted to know there is this kind of creative magic going on somewhere in the world.
I love the way (in your previous post) that you said “like halloween but pastel”!
This looks like the most fun easter I could ever imagine!

by Sue on April 13, 2009 at 10:38 pm. Reply #

Sorry we were so late in getting there, but so glad we could share the kookiness for a little bit! I loved your apron SO much, pretty lady!!

by Nicole on April 14, 2009 at 7:48 am. Reply #

You and your friend are so beautiful!! I loved all the pictures! Sorry my bad english, I´m from Brasil and this is the first time that I´m visit your site..

by Luisa on April 16, 2009 at 6:28 pm. Reply #

Miss Nicole reminds me of Weetzie Bat from the book of the same name. Like if Weetzie was pregnant with Cherokee or Witch Baby, don’t you think?

by Angie on April 27, 2009 at 7:36 pm. Reply #

i wanted to share my painting with you in relevance to your post.
“the day the scissors came to bunnytown”
oil on canvas ©2006 Suzanne M Falk

by suzanne on May 11, 2009 at 3:05 am. Reply #

boo i didn’t work

by suzanne on May 11, 2009 at 3:06 am. Reply #

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