Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Easter fun

So Easter has passed, clocks have gone forward and we should now be looking forward to glorious spring sunshine and lighter evenings. I am hoping that as we say goodbye to March that we leave the stormy weather behind as Good Friday was the only lovely day from the long Easter weekend.
Easter was a time for some down time, spending time with family, reading, catching up on TV and enjoying just being. It also saw the 7th anniversary of the passing of my beloved Gramps.




Easter started on Thursday with a themed breakfast at work for the team...
Bacon Rolls, Cocolate Eggs and Hot Cross buns and Cream Egg cupcakes.
Easter saw me fall off SW plan from a great height!
Team seemed to enjoy it and set up for a great mood in the office.

Good Friday was spent in the glorious sunshine with a visit to the stunning Sky Garden at Fenchurch Street (previously blogged) and across London Bridge to Borough Market.
Borough was a feast on the senses, both visually and on the taste buds of Easter treats. Breadahead's hot cross buns were fabulous and Chez Michelle's spring florals were beautiful.
Easter weekend was spent catching up with family, spending Saturday with my brother & family. Niece and nephew taking a break from exam revision (oh I remember the pain well!)

Sunday was spent dodging the storm and taking mum to the cemetery, where it managed to stay dry for us to change the flowers.
A chilled sunday afternoon was spent catching up on some TV and binge watching The Night Manager (much better on the hips for me than Easter Eggs and Hot Cross Buns!!)...
I hope that you all had a lovely Easter and that the Easter bunny bought lots of chocolate and that you spent time with those you love... x

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Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Easter fun

So Easter has passed, clocks have gone forward and we should now be looking forward to glorious spring sunshine and lighter evenings. I am hoping that as we say goodbye to March that we leave the stormy weather behind as Good Friday was the only lovely day from the long Easter weekend.
Easter was a time for some down time, spending time with family, reading, catching up on TV and enjoying just being. It also saw the 7th anniversary of the passing of my beloved Gramps.




Easter started on Thursday with a themed breakfast at work for the team...
Bacon Rolls, Cocolate Eggs and Hot Cross buns and Cream Egg cupcakes.
Easter saw me fall off SW plan from a great height!
Team seemed to enjoy it and set up for a great mood in the office.

Good Friday was spent in the glorious sunshine with a visit to the stunning Sky Garden at Fenchurch Street (previously blogged) and across London Bridge to Borough Market.
Borough was a feast on the senses, both visually and on the taste buds of Easter treats. Breadahead's hot cross buns were fabulous and Chez Michelle's spring florals were beautiful.
Easter weekend was spent catching up with family, spending Saturday with my brother & family. Niece and nephew taking a break from exam revision (oh I remember the pain well!)

Sunday was spent dodging the storm and taking mum to the cemetery, where it managed to stay dry for us to change the flowers.
A chilled sunday afternoon was spent catching up on some TV and binge watching The Night Manager (much better on the hips for me than Easter Eggs and Hot Cross Buns!!)...
I hope that you all had a lovely Easter and that the Easter bunny bought lots of chocolate and that you spent time with those you love... x

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