Happy Easter, Every-Bunny

Happy Easter 2018

 From our home to yours,
sending wishes for
a sweet and lovely Easter Sunday. 

Here Comes Peter Cottontail…

…hopping down the bunny trail – but I hope Maisie and Vivian don’t scare him away!

With family visiting this weekend,
we are expecting the Easter Bunny to visit Perry’s Point as well.


I will be taking a short break from blogging to spend time away with these two little people.

See you later, and
Happy Easter, everyone!

Easter Week with the Kids

This week is a definite departure from the usual routine at our house.
My daughter and her family came to visit on Good Friday, and we had a fun weekend together. Denise and Dave went back to town on Sunday, leaving the children with us for their entire Easter holidays. Here are a few photos.

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“Who cares if we have snow for Easter? Perfect for a snowman, by.”
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“We always have fun with our Dad…
…and our Nan.”
skinniest snowman ever
Scrawniest snowman ever!
our boy
our boy
Saturday was alright! Nico had fun too.
Saturday was alright! Nico had fun too.
My beautiful daughter <3 - missing her babies big-time right about now
beautiful daughter ❤ – probably missing the children terribly about now!
First attempt at bunny pancakes
Nanny’s first attempt at bunny pancakes
Just listenin' to my iPod
just listenin’ to my iPad
Pop's treasures
Pop’s treasures
Some love for Vivian
As always, a little love for Vivian is well-received.
Another picture, Nan?
Another picture, Nanny?

Needless to say, my time and energy have been devoted mostly to our little guests.
How was your Easter?

In my next post, I will be sharing some news. Stay tuned!


 Weekly Photo Challenge: Colour


The yellowness of Springtime
is a warm and golden feeling,
a newness, a reawakening
of my memories as a child

I recall the dandelions,
buttercups in yellow brilliance,
and reflections in church windows
of an Easter morning sun

The yellowness of Springtime
shimmered in my golden ringlets
in our bonnets, in our laughter
colouring those carefree days

It is these things I remember
as I welcome the arrival
of a season sweetly smelling
of a million blooming things.

The yellowness of Springtime
is the warmth that lives again.

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