I’m winding up my stay in Florida—I’ll be returning to Virginia a week from Sunday.
This week my son Chris and his family are with me. They’ve been touring colleges down the East Coast, because their oldest daughter Kristina is at that exciting age. It’s great for her younger sisters, too, because they’ll know what’s available to them when it’s their turn to consider colleges.
It’s been such fun seeing the kids and talking about our cruise and tour of the Greek Isles our family is going on this summer. We’ve been choosing which important things we’re going to see, and we’re all looking forward to it and to being together.
Last weekend’s annual Easter Egg Hunt at my Museum in Waynesboro, Virginia, was another huge success. At least 300 people came to hunt for Easter eggs, see the Easter Bunny, and be entertained by Steve the Magic Guy, a.k.a. Steve Pittella. Steve had the children screaming with laughter. Our Easter Bunny was Logan Via, who is a junior at Wilson Memorial High School, and he has already volunteered to be the Bunny next year because he had so much fun.
The American Heritage Girls were the Museum’s special helpers with the Easter Egg Hunt again this year. They are pictured here with Steve the Magic Guy and the Easter Bunny.
Children of all ages were well entertained by Steve the Magic Guy.
The kids were in awe of the Easter Bunny.