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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

So, how was it for you?

Easter Sunday was relatively quiet (for us), but good.  I love how this sign on the gate directly addresses the Horses, not the Riders..





I even found an Easter Bunny in the garden..



Hope yours was good, too.

26 comments:

chewy said...

FIRST.
Thanks for showing the wild garlic. Oh, my... your streets are narrow and difficult to see those side streets and drives.

BRUNO said...

Nah-h-h. Just another day. My family are all gone to the hereafter, and, YES, the outlaw/inlaws STILL hate us both. Wife went on with her job, got home, we both ducked hail & tornados---like I said, just another day in the life-of.

But I was still damned-glad to have it.....!☺

Shen said...

Glad you had a lovely Easter. Mine wasn't so great. We had to put down our old fifteen-year-old lab on Saturday, that on top of the stomach flu I began with on Friday and finally am over with (Thank God) made it all very difficult.

Watching your dog so happily swimming made me hope that somewhere our Jake is now able to run and swim again - things he was unable to do for a few years.

Marty said...

Funny Bunny… but you MUST have loaded the first film backwards - the cars were driving on the wrong side of the street!

Rock Chef said...

The dog certainly enjoyed himself - they love to find muddy water don't they?

Cheeseboy said...

Nice find. Happy your Easter was so festive.

Sandi McBride said...

Yes you Horses, you watch that running and galloping and kicking up your heels now! Hey,what's that great bloody growth on your saddle? Be sure to dump that off as well!!!
And the fun in the garden...oh yes, made me laugh out loud...along with the girls!
Thanks so much for sharing your Easter fun
Sandi

Akelamalu said...

Loved the videos Shrinky.

We had a lovely Easter Sunday having lunch at a country pub with some friends. :)

Jayne said...

Fun videos! We were on a beautiful island for Easter, and it was a lovely getaway. You know the magic of islands. :)

mythopolis said...

Well, I didn't get any Easter eggs, but I got a bunch of little chickens! (I'm a chick magnet now, you know)

My condolences to Shen on the loss of 'Jake'. My dog is 13 now, and I can see how she's aged, and wonder how long she will be around. It will be a sad day whenever it comes.

Ms. A said...

I saw the dog and bunny and got to hear your beautiful accent, but I saw no horses or sign.

WhisperingWriter said...

Nice.

Ours was pretty nice.

li said...

That was wonderful. Enjoyed the footage. I'm afraid bunnies are on my bad side right now, they've eaten my flower bulbs, and I JUST missed hitting a nest with the lawn mower. I would have never gotten over that. :(( The bunny angels were watching thank goodness.

Barbara said...

Loved seeing the videos! Wild garlic? How wonderful! And my dog Belle does the same as yours - gets wet then rolls! What a cute, giggly bunny you spotted! :) Mine was a good mixture of quiet and active - happy Easter!

Kristina Hughes said...

Ah - love that, Shrinky! Looks like such a beautiful place. And your Jake - so gorgeous! Hope you enjoyed the wild garlic soup.
We had a lovely time too xxxx

Scott from Oregon said...

You need to put a warnng on those vids that contain SHREIKING TEENAGE GIRLS!!!

Minnie said...

Thanks for the walk, Shrinky. And I, too, loved the wild garlic: brought back memories of home (remote village by a river).
Thanks for the laugh, also. I was once a galloper through woodlands.

Skunkfeathers said...

No rabbits showed up at my place; charcoaled wabbit doesn't appeal to them, either... ;-)

Joanna Jenkins said...

That looks like one happy dog :-) And the Easter Bunny is too cute. The girls looked like they were having as much fun together and the dog was alone.

Hope all's well with you! xo jj

Saz said...

easter...think l missed it...


lol

saz x

tattytiara said...

You have the most beautiful speaking voice! And a most wonderful pup who gave me many big giggles. Ain't nothin' happier than a happy dog!

SJ said...

Literate horses are cool. BTW your dog is a bit on the plump side isn't he?

Margaret Benbow said...

Your dog looks like the biggest Enjoyer on the face of the earth. What a love. Our sheltie Rosie is also very big on rolling--in her case, in snow drifts. She stands in sleety rain with looks of bliss. And you yourself had a fair Easter look, in the beautiful blue dress!

mrsnesbitt said...

Wow! Recognised that road - different way round to what we normally see it - at a slightly higher speed!!! (understatement eh?) Not long now! Cab't wait - BUT I do have a take That concert to squeeze in before hand! lol! Dxxx

secret agent woman said...

Pretty good for me and the kids. Looks like you guys had a great time.

Sandy said...

i enjoyed the videos. fun hearing your "accent"..

my dad's family was scottish and my mom's were irish.

i would love to visit some day and see the sites - but at least i got to see your road...