I was home in Tennessee for Easter this weekend. It was delightful and relaxing, but also a bit odd because I was sleeping in the guest bedroom with my sister. My grandparents are currently staying with my parents as my grandfather recovers from his knee replacement, and they are occupying both my old room and G's. So we were in the guest room, and G's boyfriend was on the air mattress in the den, and WOW, that made for a whole lot of showers to coordinate on Easter morning. Also, G and I are not the most amiable co-sleepers, AND she had a cold, so that was interesting.
The big event of the weekend, though (aside from Jesus, you know, rising from the dead, which is a notable event, and also my acquisition of the Most Awesome Red Shoes Ever--pictures to come!), was the West Virginia/Duke Final Four game. And since four of the seven of us LIVE in the great state of West Virginia, there were, shall we say, some emotions about how the game went.
It didn't go well, in case you missed it. It was pretty tragic. And so we all desperately wanted Butler to win the championship on Monday night. Which they didn't.
But that's okay. It was a beautiful weekend, and we ate many eggs and large quantities of jelly beans, and I bought shoes, and a good time was had by all. The end.