Pickled Eggs


Every year at Easter and Christmas, I make pickled eggs as a special treat for my Hubby.  He and David both like them so I will be taking them down with me for our Easter dinner.  Don’t they look so colorful in the jar?

Yesterday we had some pretty hard wind.  Our plastic is still on our greenhouse, YEAH.  I had clothes on the line drying and looked out our dining room window and a pair of Hubby’s jeans had blown off the line and into the dogwood tree.  I should have taken a picture of them hanging from the limb but I didn’t think of it in time.   Anyway, the wind is not as bad today.  Our clothes are all still on the line.  Hubby and his brother are working on the van window.  Hopefully, they will be able to fix it.  It has been more difficult than he first thought it would be.

Well, time for us to start back on school.  Enjoy your day and God bless.

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  1. Those look very pretty. I have had the wind blow some clothes off the line, into the neighbors yard.

    Have a great day with your family.



  2. The pickled eggs are very pretty. I hope you are able to get the van window fixed today. Quentin wanted to come and work a little after Slaughters today and I knew if we came on home we wouldn’t make it out to see you today 😦 He is snoozing on the couch right now. We did find a few goodies there 🙂

    Have a great Easter at Jess’s and hopefully we can get together next week.


  3. Your eggs look so good, Donna… My husband would love them too.. Are there beets in there? I would like to try your recipe.. Or is it a secret? smile…
    Happy Easter and many blessings….


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