Sunday, 8 April 2012

Easter?


I thought Spring had sprung!
It's still snowing.


April started with pink bits for blossom and Spring
Then Handsome Harry's arrival was celebrated
and yesterday I celebrated Penny by scratching with her thread
but today the poor eggs of Spring are covered in snow.

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  1. Easter snow, its been cold here, too, but no snow! Such a beautiful gesture harry has.

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    1. Four hours later and it's still snowing!

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  2. Well youll not forget this easter with it stitched for posterity lol maybe you should knit harry a muffler too! lol

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    1. Good idea! I'm sure his knees must be a knocking today.

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  3. Boo Snow!! Frost has all but killed the fruit crops in Michigan and Indiana.

    I love your stitched handsome. But bet those eggs will survive the snow.

    Happy Easter.

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    1. Will those fruit trees get another chance to blossom?

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  4. Oh dear!!! What a trickster Mother Nature is -- but don't worry the sun will soon be shining again and you and the pups will be out romping on dry ground.

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  5. Love your heron - but I'm sorry about the Easter eggs in the snow. It's very chill here, but not that bad!

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  6. the way you stitched harry...ideal!!

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    1. Just enough to recognize the shape.

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  7. I love Harry! We did not wake to snow, but last week there was a dusting. Truly the oddest weather this year. Hoping sunny days are just around the corner for you.

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    1. We're always so eager for Spring that we forget it is a time of transition. Two steps forward one step back!

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  8. our eggs were nestled in snow as well, here in montana! i love your delightful heron!

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    1. Joe...I always imagine you surrounded by mountains.

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  9. Love the bird! No Easter snow for us this year, though we've had it in the past. Just cold and rain.

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    1. Neither are good for Eastery egg hunts!

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