HAPPY NEW WEEK and HAPPY EASTER TO EVERYONE WHO CELEBRATES
I hope you all have a joyful Sunday and a healthy, safe week!
A sunlit Easter Bunny delivering eggs U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Chelsi Burns/USFWSPhoto labeled "Public Domain" (copyright free)
We have bilbies to deliver Easter eggs DownUnder.
The authorities have relaxed restrictions and our churches can now have full capacity (all seated, no standing). However if greater than 3/4 capacity, masks must be worn (except readers, etc). It is usually crowded at Easter, so I shall stay home for an online service. The risk of catching covid may be low but I think it is too soon for me to relax yet. People have become so complacent. They look at me strangely when I sidestep in shops or street.
Easter lunch at Dau. I have the front halves of 3 knitted vests to measure against 3 rapidly growing “Little People”. We are giving them babybel cheeses instead of yet more choc. It won’t be a pleasant drive in the heat. Clocks went back 1 hour – a long sleepless night.
Just a thought
The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away. (David Viscott)
Hallo all - and a lovely Easter to everyone.
Diane: Thank you! I've was busy and then went off to say Hi to any migrating whales (saw three!). Spoke to a couple who'd seen several sightings over the last few weeks, so that was nice. Also so a bunny who looked just like yours, but it didn't stick around for a photo. The Great Blue Heron (below) was wary, but posed reluctantly for a (poor quality) photo. Sigh....
AQ; Marsupials then, not bunnies. Sorry the time change and hot temps have combined to make it all a bit of a hassle.
Lindybird: I was wondering when you guys would be heading off to Wales. I remember you were a little disturbed by the apparent lack of attention to the property last Spring; hope things might be better this time....
In reply to Rosy:
Good Morning & A HAPPY EASTER to All. Thanks to Diane for starting us off again, you are a star!
Thought you might like to see my astounding amaryllis flower, for a change from daffodils: it opened two days ago and now has been joined by its twin, which opened overnight.
I hope you all have a good day, whatever you are doing.
In reply to Lindybird:
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