Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Happy Easter!


This is a busy time of year (small children, large horse, visiting family etc) so I thought I'd get this in early. I hope all of you - writers, non-writers, photographers, readers,cat/dog/horse-lovers et al  - enjoy the Easter weekend, and have a very pleasant break. (These eggs have just been decorated  by my young granddaughters.)

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  1. Because no-one has yet decided on an actual permanent date for Easter, I tend to forget it....... as I had this year. I've just looked, and see it's this Sunday (April 20th). I'd better do something Eastery; but goodness knows what.

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    1. Mmmm...eat chocolate? Go to church...?

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  2. Happy Easter to you and your family, too, Frances!
    I'll be spending the Friday on my own, but RJ will be here from Saturday until Monday, and the family will gather on the Sunday. Hopefully, the weather will be nice enough for us to meet at my parents' allotment, but even if it isn't, we'll have a good time.
    The eggs are very pretty, your granddaughters are really talented artists!

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    1. Thank you, Meike. The granddaughters are the same age (triplets). One is artistic; one is not. Spot the difference! Have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Happy Easter to you and all your family, Frances. And what gorgeous eggs. xxx

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  4. Happy Easter to you too. The eggs are wonderful. What an Artist!

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    1. Thanks, Paula. I always found the blowing of eggs too much of a challenge!

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  5. Hope you have a great time with your family, and I am very impressed with those eggs.

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    1. They're good, aren't they. Sadly, the artistic gene passed me by, Maggie.

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  6. Lovely eggs, especially the blue one.

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  7. Love the eggs! Have a lovely Easter with your family, Frances.

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  8. Aren't they lovely! Happy Easter, Frances x

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  9. Wishing you a very Happy Easter, Frances.

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  10. Someone or ones is very talented. That takes me back to my childhood although we never painted them: just coloured them.

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    1. One is very talented. The other has other talents. You have to guess which is which, GB!

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    2. Guessing is not my forté Frances. In fact I'm still trying to find something that is.

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