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Friday, 22 April 2011
A Good Time
Summer certainly is "my" season, as I am a confessing sun worshipper and my ideal range of temperature is between 25 and 35 Celsius (75 to 95 F).
But spring is, I think, my second favourite season - there is something so optimistic to it, when everything around comes alive again, with blossoms on the trees, hours more of daylight, and a lot of animals having their young at this time of the year.
Although I do not celebrate Easter in any religious sense, I like this holiday because it gives me a nice long weekend and extra time with the family - not to mention all the chocolate ;-) (a lot of which I brought back from my short stay in Yorkshire with the family: everybody gave me something to take home with me so that I needed an extra bag as it did not all fit into my suitcase!)
In my flat, I have put up a few bits of decoration; generally, I prefer empty surfaces, so there won't be much more than that.
Happy Easter to everyone - I hope you will all have the chance to enjoy a long sunny weekend!
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RS, die uhme Deko...ReplyDelete
I will claim that I like simplistic, but when I look around me, I live in clutter so I probably don't practice what I preach or don't preach what I really do...if your favorite season is summer you should come to Charleston, South Carolina...our 4 seasons are (1) almost summer, (2) summer, (3) just past summer, and (4) Christmas.ReplyDelete
12, hab ich mir gedacht dass du das uhm findest :-)ReplyDelete
Mark, it sounds like the perfect place for me! Can't really complain right now - we've had 25 Celsius yesterday and this is still only April...
Hello dear Librarian,ReplyDelete
I wish you a happy and sunny Easter with heaps of chocolate and sweets for you!
Happy Easter to you tooReplyDelete
Did you go to the Bronte Parsonage while in Yorkshire?
Thank you, Anonymous - sadly, I really don't know who you are, but your wishes will most certainly come true :-)ReplyDelete
Julie, not been there yet; the closest I have gotten to the Bronte sisters so far was that I have often been to Anne Bronte's grave on the churchyard of St. Mary's in Scarborough.
Sweet, this is my favorite rabbit as well, no, not talking about my favorite bunny :-)ReplyDelete
Hello Me and Stefan, thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read & comment on here!ReplyDelete