Easter and the Ozarks
Here are Julia and Jenna post-egg hunt in our front yard today. (I also wanted to show off my daffodils. They've survived two snows and two hailstorms and still look lovely.)
I have a feeling Julia's going to start thinking she's too old for this in a few years, but I'm glad she's not there yet.
Jenna was apparently pretty excited to get this chocolate bunny.
If you're wondering why our yard isn't green yet, that's because two weeks ago, it looked like this:
Earlier this weekend, we took my mom up into the Ozarks for a little Arkansas sightseeing. Friday, we stayed in a cabin near Jasper that belongs to some friends of ours. The cabin's property is right on the edge of Buffalo National Park, and the scenery there is beautiful.
The girls loved playing in the creek...
...and in the hammock just down the hill from the cabin.
We took the scenic route home, winding our way through the Ozarks and stopping at a triple waterfall and some Civil-War era building remnants. When we got back into civilization, we stopped in Conway at the Marketplace Grill and made complete pigs of ourselves. Julia proclaimed it as her new favorite restaurant. I'm kind of glad there's not one in Little Rock -- we'd be in big trouble!