Can you believe Easter is almost upon us! For a lot of people it has deep spiritual significance and for others, it just means a public holiday and a lot of chocolate. Despite this I think that most people are grateful to have that Easter period, a time to reflect, recharge and be thankful. More on that in another post.
This weekend a beautiful friend hosted an Easter Egg Hunt as she does each year - we were all set to go last year, but on the day, Miss Bok threw a huge 5 year old tantrum and just like that, the hunt was off for us. This year everyone was well behaved including Miss Bok at the ripe old age of 6 and we set off to hunt for chocolate. The weather was perfect, one of those glorious Autumn days with crunchy leaves underfoot, a bright blue sky overhead and warmth in the sunshine.
The Easter bunny was kind enough to leave car shaped easter 'eggs' for car enthusiasts like Master Bok! (Hrmm I'd like to see the chicken that lays car shaped eggs!)
Ya know, as much as I adore good chocolate, I'd have a fresh laid egg from one of my hens over a chocolate egg any day. I made some vanilla fairy cakes...with eggs from our hens...
Master Bok and Miss Bok storing their loot
I found a bunny in the woods!
I love Autumn!
May your week be very eggful.
p.s. I had planned on adding more to this post tomorrow but my clumsy fingers slipped as usual and I posted by accident...now of course I'll forget what it was I wanted to add in anyway so maybe it's all for the best really...