It’s been rather busy around the old homestead lately and I’ll spare you the details. But I’m glad to have a few minutes to wish my readers and their loved ones a very blessed Easter.
I happened to see the light streaming in through the bedroom window and liked what it was doing with the glass flowers. And, of course, I added some digital enhancements. Consider this my Easter contribution. Namaste’
Just a quick note to wish all of my readers a warm, joyful and peaceful Easter. Pray for the miracle of peace around the world. (We all know it’s not about the bunnies, colored eggs and candy).
Frankly, I never understood how anyone could buy into the whole Easter Bunny thing. Any kid with half a brain could figure out that bunnies just don’t lay eggs. I’ve always thought there should be an Easter Duck because when I was a kid, my brother and I actually each got a duckling for Easter. We loved those furry little creatures but they got too big and Grandpa told us they’d be better off living on a farm. OMG! I hope they didn’t get eaten. I’d much rather think they lived to a ripe old age and died of natural causes.
This photo is of one of the beautiful flowers in a special arrangement sent to hubby and me by his boss and crew after Bud’s passing. Such wonderful, caring people. The bouquet was just beautiful. I only added a slight antique effect. Namaste’
Just thought I’d share some Easter wishes with my beloved blog followers. I hope your day is filled with love, light, laughter and peace.