Olivia left a note for the Easter Bunny:
"Dear Easter bunny,
Can I have $50 or $100. I want it for a electric scooter.
Olivia W Merritt
PS: Please work your magic"
Even though I told her children don't typically write letters to the Easter Bunny like they do for Santa, she insisted it was okay. I even pointed out that Santa gets letters much earlier so that he can plan accordingly. She said that since she was just asking for money, it shouldn't be a problem. Even though she didn't get the money that she had hoped for, she was pleased with her basket. New PJs, a "Clemson Girls Love their Tigers" t-shirt, a t-shirt filled with peace signs, not to mention candy and a few eggs with some cash inside.
McIver was excited about his Cocky golf club cover.
Ginny invited several families over for a picnic lunch after church. It was great to see everyone and have a chance to really visit with them. And, to see their kids in action! These girls climbed in, around and all over the golf cart. Olivia and McIver each had a turn driving them in the golf cart, with adults riding, too. We also saw the baby alligator who was hanging out in the pond on the 8th hold.