Stephanie, Mark, Malachy, Dad and I went to the 8am Easter service at church (the one with free Krispy Kreme and coffee!)
As a painter, it is pretty inspiring to walk into the auditorium and see 15 giant paintings hanging from the ceiling!
The service opened up with Mark Demel (the creator of the comics I posted a while ago) doing sand art on a light box. He would graceful wave his hand this way and that and, as if by magic, an image would appear. The another wave and the image would fade under another handful of sand. A few more waves and, without even realizing it another image has emerged. I could have watched him do that all day! I hope he'll do that at the arts conference because more people should get to see it! Steph, Dad and I.
We tried to get a Stanger family photo in front of some of the art in front of the stage but Malachy was ready to go see Mommo.
Here we are at Steph's eating the wonderful brunch Mommo prepared.
One of the highlights of Malachy's Easter was walking my cat, Piper.
One of Piper's highlights was nibbling on the fresh Spring grass.
Malachy's mama and dada got him an Elmo's head Easter basket. Does anybody else get the heeby-jeebies looking at that thing?
In the afternoon Lauren came over with flowers for Mom, and Steph made a sign for our little soldier, Noah.