Resurrexit! Easter Brunch 2021!

My chair (the one that I grew up seeing my wife’s father sitting in at every major celebration!) looks ready to celebrate Easter brunch., even if the table is not. But it knows the virtue of patience and is confident that a multitude of blessings will always attend those who wait with expectant hope!

But soon with the arrival of the flowers and Easter decorations things are looking auspicious!

Time to put the Hazelnut Chocolate Star Cake in the oven!

Twenty five minutes later…voila

Out come the breakfast sausages.

Third comes the egg cheesy bacon thing! (i.e. Buttery Croissant Strada – with spinach, gouda and prosciutto!)

Fruit salad and Maimosa’s poured. Time to say the blessing!

Happy Easter!

About marklangley

Presently, the founding Headmaster of Our Lady of Walsingham Academy in Colorado Springs (see www., former headmaster and Academic Dean at The Lyceum (a school he founded in 2003, see Mark loves sacred music and Gregorian Chant and singing with his lovely wife, Stephanie, and their children.
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3 Responses to Resurrexit! Easter Brunch 2021!

  1. Jessica Schlick says:

    What a beautiful tradition to share, thank you for letting us see in your window. Happy Easter to you and your family. May we all carry Christ’s light into the world!

  2. petranchmom says:

    WOW! Late to the celebration, but WOW Stephanie! You, amazingly, have outdone yourself! The hazelnut star cake is a new addition? The savory sausages alone have awoken my tastebuds and the mimosa to accompany — oo-la-la! God bless you for sharing such a magnificent Easter morning celebration of His Resurrection! How will you top it this year?

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