Happy Easter Flowers

Blue hyacinth

Hyacinths, because my Grandparents always had them at Easter.

Hyacinths and

Their small house was always overpowered by the heavy fragrance of hyacinths.

Blue and purple hyacinth

And now, each year, I make sure that my small place is, too.

Pane yellow daffodils

And daffodils, because they are like little cups of happiness.

Daffodils of many different shades of yellow, orange, white and coral

Get a bunch of them together and oh, how they gossip.

White and

They know how to enjoy life.

Yellow daffodil in afternoon

Cute and bright smiles of sunshine.

Happy Easter!

E is for Eggs, Easter, and Endless Winter

easter eggs

Happy Easter! Here are some eggs.

Here is some snow as well. Yes, more snow. It’s my fault, though, for deciding to visit family in New England. I shouldn’t complain, but I will. As New Jersey finally started warming up late last week, I was packing up and leaving town. Heading north–away from the warm weather, sadly. Had to pack the snow boots, hats, scarves, all of that stuff that I would have finally put away for good this weekend if I were home.

I feel like I can’t escape winter.

A snowy New England road
A snowy New England road

Yesterday’s morning snow storm was pretty. Even though it was 60 degrees back home.

EDIT: oops, I forgot to skip Sunday in the A to Z Challenge so let’s pretend this was posted on Monday.

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I’m participating in the A to Z Challenge for the month of April. The idea is to post every day, except Sundays, and end up with one post for each letter of the alphabet. It’s a good challenge to help me to blog every day.