Monday, April 4, 2022

Easter, springtime, and a new book bargain--FINAL ESCAPE! Roxanne Rustand


Happy springtime!

By the calendar, anyway. We're still seeing snow flurries here and our northern relatives have been talking about ice.  Lots of ice! So it still seems a bit early to be talking about Easter plans--yet it will be here before we know it.

I just love this photo of one of our granddaughters, with her Easter dress and a muddy knee. 

Before Covid, we always had big Easter dinners here, and I loved all the cooking for a big meal and the hiding of baskets throughout the yard for the kids. But this year, with two new babies in the family, I'm not sure what will happen. But that's definitely all right, too.  Much better to be safe and careful!

In fact, instead of a heavy meal, I'm thinking about making more of a brunch, for anyone who comes, with Swedish Kanelbullar cinnamon buns, an assortment of salads, several kinds of quiche, and some bright springtime desserts.

Do you have a favorite food at Easter--something that brings back some happy memories? Or a particular type of meal that you most enjoy?  Leave a comment, and you will be in a drawing for a free e-copy of FINAL PURSUIT, an inspirational romantic suspense novel in my Montana Secrets series. It  precedes my new release, FINAL ESCAPE.

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Wishing you all a wonderful  spring and a blessed Easter Sunday,

Roxanne Rustand

1 comment:

  1. When I was a kid, we'd color eggs on Good Friday. The eggs would be in the fridge until Easter Sunday. We'd have an egg hunt after church. Then we'd eat the eggs as part of our lunch. Wow! What a great memory. Thanks, Roxanne!