The weekend went as planned. Easter eggs were decorated.
The Easter bunny brought an abundance of chocolate and we all over-indulged.
We cleaned out the closet in preparation to make it into an office. Now we are planning what color we'll paint it and how exactly we will set it up.
And we looked at a beautiful home in a beautiful neighborhood that we probably cannot afford. I was willing to give up the idea of having chickens when I heard a peaceful stream whispering softly in the backyard. Jason and I are still discussing it. It's considerably more expensive than the house we're in right now, but the neighborhood is gorgeous and the house is about three times as large as ours. Plus, it might not be that bad considering we'll be making money from the sale of our house, since we have done so many renovations.
The house doesn't come without work either. The kitchen needs to be updated and there are some small projects we would need to do. But there are some gorgeous features, like two stone fireplaces and four bathrooms that probably cost around $20,000 each to install.
We need to call a realtor this week to find out how much our house is worth. It's a big decision . . . but I'll keep you all posted.
Easter dinner turned out great. I added flowers to the tablescape and baked my first ham. We invited some friends over, along with my parents and it was the first time this year that we were actually able to sit out on the deck and enjoy the sunshine.
I hope you had a beautiful Easter weekend.