Easter chillin’

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What are you doing this Easter? Are you heading out of town? Are you in your pjs watching Netflix? Are you drinking tea and eating your body weight in hot cross buns and chocolate eggs? I’ll probably do a little bit of all of that.

There’s something very quiet and calming about the Easter break for me. Is it the same for you? I’m not a particularly religious person but I do like to treat Good Friday as a quiet day – a day to potter at home, read, craft, spend time with the fam. Today my boy and I had a chat for a couple of hours. So lovely! Don’t get that opportunity often when they’re grown ups!

For us, unlike Christmas, there’s no fancy meals to prepare, no rush to clean the house for visitors, no preparing to take off on holidays. Easter is a nice few days to mooch around and inhale a big breath before heading forth into the coming cooler months.

Enjoy your Easter, chums, whatever your plans are!

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3 thoughts on “Easter chillin’

  1. I’m definitely in chill out mode for Easter. Read a whole book today, got some laundry done, pottering about at home suits me just fine! There were also hot cross buns for brunch and lots of mini Easter eggs scoffed happily. 😉

    Annette

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  2. Hey Carolyn! Couldn’t agree more about Easter being chill time. Mum said on the Sunday ‘all my friends seem to be rushing off to family lunches – perhaps we should be doing something?’ I was like ‘Noooo! Let’s definitely not!’ Feel so protective of proper chill time these days. We had planned to go camping but a friend had to pull out, and I admit, I wasn’t even disappointed…four days of chill! A convo with your son and hot cross buns sounds absolutely delightful xx

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