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My son's cell phone has the capability of taking a panoramic picture. Here's a shot he took of our Easter table after most of the food had been eaten. He's not pictured, so I had Matthew--second on the left, and Jenna's fiance, take another picture with our son in it. You'll see that picture at the bottom of this post.
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Please note the Blue wall, the Blue and white items in and on top of the china cabinet, the Blue tablecloth and napkins, the Blue glasses, the Blue Easter eggs, the people dressed in Blue, the Blue in the pictures on the wall, and the Blue in the curtains. There actually is even more Blue in the centerpiece, but I'm not sure it shows in this shot.
A tradition in our home is to serve an Easter egg cake for dessert. I order it from Publix, a local grocery store. The cake is egg-shaped. I have them add flowers in the shape of a cross. I asked that most of the flowers be Blue. The frosting is fudge, and there's four layers with fudge frosting between each one.
Here's a shot, taken in another room, with the side of the cake showing. In Blue it says, "He is Risen."
This shot pictures (from the left) Brittany and Tyler, her boyfriend; Jenna (her fiance, Matt, is taking the picture) and me. Johnny is at the head of the table, and Allen, our son, is to the left of his father. Christian and Lauren, our newlyweds, are next. Sharon, our DIL, who is on the right. The three beautiful daughters of Allen and Sharon are our granddaughters. We are blessed with four other grandchildren, who were not with us.