Hello Easter 2015

Hello friends! It’s a new week and a new beginning. We are waking up today in Los Angeles and heading for a few appointments for David at UCLA–just standard check-ups. I’m sharing some pics from our Easter celebration last week and feeling thankful for time with family!
How about some hellos?

***Hello Monday is where I greet the new week with an open heart and a fresh perspective. It’s a new beginning–and there’s so much to be thankful for! Join me by leaving your own hellos in the comments section or linking up a hello monday post there!***

Hello fresh fruit and visiting with old friends.

Hello father/son silliness.

Hello River–sweet baby girl! {and her amazing parents!}

Hello showing up to brunch wearing the same tees. Awesome and nerdy!

Hello Sarah, one of my dearest friends. {and we were college roommates–how crazy it that?!}

Hello backseat silliness with auntie Susan.

Hello yellow flowers. I really want to get this printed to hang on the wall!

Hello Steve, playing guitar. He sounds so good.

Hello twin sis and her sweet family. I love these people! {And yes, my twin sis has twins!}

Hello nerd glasses. Hello cutie nephew.

Hello hunting for eggs.

Hello finding eggs. With lots of fun stuff inside!

Hello Easter with cousins. So fun!

Hello loves. I love these three boys!

Hello driving in LA traffic.

Hello listening to Ira Glass and This American Life. {it makes the traffic so much better!}

Hello grabbing a Starbucks before we hit the waiting rooms at UCLA.

Hello catching up with my sisters.

Hello busy week with a long to-do list.

Hello counting my blessings and feeling thankful!

Hello brand new week with beauty waiting to be found! Join me? Leave some hellos in the comments section or link your own hello monday post there!



  1. Hello lisa is a quite a lot time that i see your blog creations and life too. In some whay you have inspired me…I am a designer and architect too . I would like to contact together a lot of xoxoxox you deserve them for your talent and work..see you

  2. Love these pictures, Lisa! Such happy times! And I have such a crush on Ira Glass. I think of him each week when I am reporting a story for a deadline. I need a WWID bracelet :).


  3. It looks like a wonderful joy-filled celebration and the pictures capture that beautifully! I love the yellow flowers (are they some type of poppy?They look so delicate but cheery!

    I’ve greeted Monday on my blog with a wonderful Carnita Chimichurri stew that goes together in about 5 minutes. I wanted to sneak it in before the weather gets too warm to fully enjoy it! I have tried a couple recipes from your site in the past so I thought I would share. Enjoy!

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