Hasty Brook is the loveliest place in my world. It's a little piece of heaven in northern Minnesota.
Lynne--many wishes for a joyous Easter sent your way--and the warmth of friends....until the winds carry spring to you.
I'm doing my best in sending you some of California's western wind. ;o) Meanwhile, I wish you a blessed Easter, Lynne.
I can't send you any warm weather as at the moment it is 27 degrees here and the snow is still on the ground. Happy Easter! Warm weather is just around the corner.
oops, I hit enter to fast. The above comment was from me.
I'll bottle some up and send it your way Lynne! Happy Easter to you and yours too!
Happy Easter Lynne! Hope warm weather comes to both of our states soon!
Awww. Is that your bunny? Cute!Happy Easter to you too!~other Sharon
Awww . . your bunny is too sweet. I was out looking for that wascally Easter Rabbit, today.He didn't bring me any chocolate eggs!Lynne, I wish I had some spring to send you. All I have is snow.Happy Easter!
Happy Easter to you and your family!
Happy Easter from my family to yours!
Happy Easter from my bunnies to yours! Hope there was some sun for you!
I hope you had a happy day, Linne! If I could call someone up there and ask for "somebody to put the sun up", I would.Happy Easter,Mary
Hope you have some warm memories of Easter. If you warm up, we will too. You just keep sending your storms and cold air east!
Aha, there's the lazy bunny! Oh well, I guess I can't complain I got a pheasant. Hope you had a wonderful weekend.
We've still got some lingering snow and very cold winds; however, we do have full sun today! What a sweet bun. Niblet and the Easter bunny shared the plate of carrots that Em left out for him.
Listen little bunny-it's up to you to bring spring to Minnesnowta-Now Hop To It!-Happy Easter.
Just a minute ago, your AccuWeather widget said that the "Real Feel" was -999 degrees F. Holy Crap. Get out of there NOW!
Lynne--love the bunny.Seeing the turkey photo in the post below--I saw a wild turkey strut across our street on Saturday. Honestly--we live in a very suburban area--wild turkeys? I thought I was seeing things.
Lynne,I just returned from Nina's blog where I read the comment about your sister. I had allowed myself to imagine that she was on the road to recovery. I am truly sorry.You know she would want you to turn your face into the returning sun and smile into Spring.Sending you a hug,Cathy
Same here, Lynne. I was down in the woods today, thinking I might see some signs of spring, and all I saw was snow, three feet deep in places.
OHHHHHHH, what a cute bunny!
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