it's always interesting to see how family holidays evolve as the children grow up. I'm almost 24, but sister's 21, and my brother is 17. my parents have been divorced for a year and we're all still trying to figure out how celebrations should go. I will say that we're getting better with each one.
some lessons that were learned:
+ a good Greek diner breakfast (eggs benedict! unlimited coffee!) is way better than a fancy Easter brunch buffet
+ tulips should be a year-round floral
+ I may be horrible at painting eggs, but some people have a gift
+ impromptu visits to the Fiddlehead brewery in Shelburne result in a growler of porter made with vanilla, cocoa, coconut, and milk sugars taking up a shelf in my fridge (don't worry, those 64 oz won't last long)
+ (not pictured) don't go see Admission