After Easter

I hope all that celebrate Easter had a beautiful day yesterday.  As promised, here is a picture of a slice of the potica my daughter and I made for Easter breakfast.  The potica was delicious, but by partaking in this simple tradition something unexpected happened, it brought back many happy childhood memories of Easter Sundays gone by.  Traditions really do help us stay connected, don’t they?potica 478

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8 thoughts on “After Easter

  1. jeanne

    Hi Cindy, wowsie! Does that ever look beautiful AND delicious! We had a very nice day yesterday…the weather was just perfect for our outside picnic! Blessings, Jeanne

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    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Hi Jeanne. How wonderful to have an Easter picnic. I don’t think it has ever been warm enough here to actually eat outside. Our warmest Easters are still just a tiny bit chilly. I was so very happy when my potica tasted just like it should. You never know…

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  2. Catherine

    What a beautiful potica! It looks delicious!
    In France is spring back, but it’s always cold!
    Warm regards!

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  3. Carol Christiansen

    Oh, Cindy….your potica looks beautiful! And how wonderful that you are continuing your family’s special Easter tradition! This is a priceless gift for your daughter. Thanks for sharing with all of us, Hugs! Carol

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    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Hi Carol. I am learning that keeping up family traditions are important even though they can be time consuming. I have such a hard time tearing myself away from my studio, but I am working on it.

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