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!


  1. RS, die uhme Deko...

  2. 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.

  3. 12, hab ich mir gedacht dass du das uhm findest :-)

    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...

  4. Hello dear Librarian,
    I wish you a happy and sunny Easter with heaps of chocolate and sweets for you!

  5. Happy Easter to you too
    Did you go to the Bronte Parsonage while in Yorkshire?

  6. Thank you, Anonymous - sadly, I really don't know who you are, but your wishes will most certainly come true :-)

    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.

  7. Sweet, this is my favorite rabbit as well, no, not talking about my favorite bunny :-)

  8. Hello Me and Stefan, thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read & comment on here!