Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Easter pictures are up


Click here to see 2008 crawfish boil and Easter pictures. (The beautiful azaleas are at my Aunt Hazel's house.)







11 comments:

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

Yum yum yuuuuuuummmmmmm!!!! And those azaleas are gorgeous.

jen said...

I'll eat 'em if someone else peels 'em. Sorry. The Louisiana just hasn't rubbed off on me.

Lorna said...

Laurie, when I went to Flikr, I got all my instructions in French. How la de da of you :

Fil – S'abonner à des photos de l'album "Easter 2008"

As for the photos, some of the loveliest and scariest I've ever seen cheek to jowl---those bags of whatever they were, those kettles: I'll be screaming tonight. I hope it's in French.

George said...

I sure miss those azaleas! What a time-machine photo. Looks like you and the family had a fun weekend!

George said...

By the way, would your family adopt me?

Gnightgirl said...

Gah, ya killin me! I just took Clint to a "cajun" restaurant in Chicago on Sunday, lamenting through the meal "I have to meet a louisiana family that can put some crawdads out on the picnic table!"... I want to do HOMESTYLE cajun...

And then I read this blog.

I need dates and addresses, and I will crash one of your family parties. I swear, I'll bring gifts! Just someone teach me how to suck a crawfish head! Hellpppppppppppppp!

Susan in St. Paul said...

wow, crawfish! How many pounds was that?

Laurie said...

Just - The crawfish were delicious and the azaleas were indeed gorgeous. :)

Jen - Poor, Jen.

Lorna - Hahahaha!!

George - Consider yourself adopted. Pull up a lawn chair.

Gnight Girl - Synchronicity. Catch a ride with George on your way through Fort Worth on the way to Beaumont. :)

Susan - Hmmmm...several hundred for sure.

Alyson said...

Looks yummy!

Grimm said...

Ok, being up north, I would probably need to be REALLY drunk to try one of those.

Of course I say the same thing about shrimp, crab and other foods.

Laurie said...

Alyson - It was!

Grimm - Oh, I LOVE seafood!