Easter (Rebel Baseball + Nana's kitchen)
It's been awhile, but that Ole Miss Yearbook is done and I am back on the blog.
This was the first restful weekend we've had in a while and it was a good one!
We spent Saturday at my FIRST EVER Ole Miss baseball game. That's right, in my SIX years living in Oxford, Mississippi I had never been to a game. Although we suffered a loss, it was a memorable afternoon. We made it on the jumbotron and Jake won a fifty dollar gas card in the dance contest. Holler.
I am pretty proud of my Ole Miss baseball game attire.
From the baseball game, we headed to my grandmother's house in Memphis. Nana, as we call her, is not your typical grandmother. She paints, owns her own pilates board and sees at least two movies in theaters every weekend.
Her house and kitchen is where I learned to cook, making Easter there extra delicious and extra special. Here's some glimpses into her marvelous and Southern kitchen.
Her Easter meal included sweet honey ham, homemade potato salad, deviled eggs, rolls, and blueberry cobbler. It was a sweet time with family, including our newest member, Bradley.
I hope Easter with you and yours was just as peaceful and delicious!
Mallory and our Easter bunny (Maybie)