Friday, April 3, 2015

Eastertime. . . . . . .


I'm not doing a lot of Easter decor around the cottage this year.
As we're getting ready for a big trip in a few weeks I'm just trying to keep 
my head above water with so many things on the calendar . . . . . such as the 
garden in need of much TLC; doctor, hospital and physio appointments; and of 
course deciding on what to take to wear in Europe where the weather is always 
somewhat unpredictable, going from cold to hot in no time depending on which 
country you happen to step ashore on.





Meanwhile, the white rabbits did hop out of storage in the attic.
The daffodils bloomed and the tulips are coming along well, although
the azaleas are so late this year.
A couple of girlies are getting Easter baskets - and there
will be eggs enjoyed in some type of disguise, whether soft-boiled
for breakfast, hidden in a cake, or scattered about the front lawn 
for a little hunt.

May Easter be a very special time for you and your family.



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20 comments:

  1. Wishing you a Happy Easter Weekend. Your decorations look lovely as always. I have sent cards and bought Lindt bunnies and have some tulips and daffodils to cheer up the house.
    Sadly the rain and stormy weather has broken off many garden flowers. A very wet grey gloomy day here, but the birds are still singing. We still have our fire going all day as it is chilly but we have had some welcome sunshine. It seems you have had a long winter and are still waiting for spring in many places.
    Glad to hear you are still enjoying travelling. Sounds like you are going on another interesting trip with lots of different countries. I hope you and Bob both have a wonderful trip. Take care.
    Best wishes Eileenx

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  2. Very pretty, Mary. I love all Easter decorating. Your bunnies are very sweet. I wish you and yours a Very Happy Easter. Hugs, Deb

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  3. Your décor is so beautiful! I'd be scared my cats would knock over those lovely glass bunnies.

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  4. So pretty Mary. I am looking forward to your trip, because I always feel I am right there along with you when you post!
    xo
    Penny

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  5. What a lovely collection of bunnies! Hope your trip is a very special time. Pack warm clothes!

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  6. Hello Mary,

    We are not surprised that life is somewhat hectic with you at present as you count down the days to your next travel adventure. However, such fun that you did allow the White rabbits time to come out to play.

    Budapest has returned to winter this week, so do be prepared. However, a warm welcome is waiting!

    Wishing you and B a joyful Eastertide!

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  7. Happy Easter, Mary. LOVE your bunnies! I am looking forward to 'our' next trip, too.

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  8. Your pretty bunnies look ready for Easter! I'm whisking around today, cleaning and preparing food for the weekend. Overnight guests plus the family on Sunday for dinner. The house is starting to smell good. I bought a few tulips and they nod their heads so prettily. I hope you have a wonderful time with family/friends. Happy Easter, Mary!

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  9. Dear Mary,

    Such lovely decorations for Easter - love the sweet bunnies.
    Wishing you a happy time over the Easter weekend
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  10. Lovely, Mary, as always.......your bunnies and the scenes you create with them. I so enjoy your decor.
    It is exciting to hear that you are planning a trip. I love to travel with you! Your photos and travelog are always a very special treat.
    Happy Easter. We are having a wonderful shower here tonight. It is most welcome as it is very dry. April showers bring May flowers.
    Farm Gal in VA

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  11. Stopping by to wish you and Bob a wonderful Easter weekend. How exciting to be heading off on another European trip soon. I admire your travel spirit!
    All the best and hugs and love sent your way, Mary. ~ Sarah

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  12. Dear Mary, What a special group of photographs! I especially love the white rabbits and daffodil photo.
    I am so looking forward to what I know will be fantastic photographs which you, will bring back from Europe. Can't wait to see them Have a fabulous time and be safe and well.
    Happy Easter to you and yours. ox, Gina

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  13. Love your little Easter touches, especially the daffodils. So glad to hear that you will soon be traveling again.
    Happy Easter to you and your family. I'm off to check out that giveaway now.

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  14. Your decor is always so pretty, Mary. How awesome that you will be leaving for Europe again in a few weeks! I can't wait to travel virtually with you. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter.

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  15. Happy Easter to you and your special ones!
    I just love your white bunnies and the eggs in the dome.
    Beautiful and so classy.

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  16. Safe travels!! Look forward to reading and viewing! I want to thank you also for your lovely wedding wishes, very much appreciated. xx

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  17. Love these vignettes, Mary. Your white rabbits are elegant and whimsical, all at the same time. Lovely.

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  18. Mary dear, your minimalist Easter decor is stylish and understated, simply perfect. The white rabbits are delightful. Joyeux Paques.

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  19. Which countries are you gonna visit this time?

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  20. Hello Mary
    I've been searching back through your posts to see where you are off to - at last I've found it!
    Europe - I only wish we had conferred prior to making our travel plans.
    We will be in France for most of June and part of July.... c'est la vie!

    Shane x

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