Posted by: ottok88 | April 1, 2010


Easter Time and at last SPRING has arrived in Chicago!  All of a sudden, and it was 83 this afternoon.  (That would be about 24 in other parts of the world.) But it was nice to feel the warmth and see the sunshine.  And we saw our first robin.  That’s our American bird who flies south every winter.  I am wondering now if there are some birds in Australia that fly north for the winter months?

One of our granddaughters spent the afternoon with us and we sat outside in the sunshine.  And Marthe (Grandma) brought ice cream cones out for us!

And another of our granddaughters wrote (E-mail) from Los Angeles where she is working.  She had the opportunity to attend a Paul McCartney Concert.  She was beyond thrilled and called it an “EPIC EXPERIENCE!)  How niced that she was able to see that!     Too bad she can’t be with us for our Easter ‘Family get-together”.  But she is coming here at the end of this month.

Well, I just want to wish any of you who happen to read this to have a very “HAPPT EASTER”!



  1. We’ll have a belated Easter feast when I come home!

  2. It’s only just starting to cool down here, and I’m already jealous of your warmth! We’re expecting our first frost for winter in just over 3 weeks – I’m not looking forward to it.

    We just moved in to our first house (we’ve been renting a townhouse for five years) and it has a bird feeder in it. We have lots of galahs, magpies and currawongs – the currawongs are not very pretty birds, but they make very pretty noises! As far as I’m aware, none of our birds migrate… but I could be wrong.

    I hope you had a lovely Easter!!

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