Happy Easter to everyone! This Easter has been a little different than ones in times past. With everything going on with my burn and the care of it, we have spent less time in the kitchen and more time just being together. So, today I don’t have any fabulous recipes for you, or anything extra fancy or special to post pictures of, but I did  want to wish each of you a wonderful Easter. This Easter, more than others, I feel that I am more grateful for the sacrifices of my Savior Jesus Christ. I am so thankful for his Atonement and the price he paid for us, so that he might understand the pains and heartaches of this life. Through this experience this past week I am grateful for the comfort and closeness I have felt to Christ and how thankful I am for a loving Heavenly Father who hears my prayers. May the true meaning of Easter live in our hearts all year through 🙂

 (Easter isn’t complete without a crazy & fun Easter egg hunt 😉

Here is a great quote I found today I thought you might enjoy on this Easter Sunday, “One of the great consolations of this Easter
season is that because Jesus walked such a long, lonely path utterly
alone, we do not have to do so. His solitary journey brought
great company for our little version of that path—the merciful care of
our Father in Heaven, the unfailing companionship of this Beloved Son,
the consummate gift of the Holy Ghost,
angels in heaven, family members on both sides of the veil, prophets
and apostles, teachers, leaders, friends. All of these and more have
been given as companions for our mortal journey because of the Atonement
of Jesus Christ
and the Restoration of His gospel. Trumpeted from the summit of Calvary
is the truth that we will never be left alone nor unaided, even if
sometimes we may feel that we are. Truly the Redeemer of us all said: “I
will not leave you comfortless: [My Father and] I will come to you [and
abide with you].” ~Elder Holland (My favorite Easter talk)

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Today we were grateful for our own ‘Easter Miracle’! If you saw my face, neck and arms a week ago you would not believe this picture is only 7 days since my ER visit. All of my wounds have been healed and on my actual face you can almost not even tell I was burned at all. My healing has been nothing short of a miracle, so thank you again for all of your kind words and prayers!