Taking a break

Seeing as it’s Easter this weekend don’t expect a posting on Monday. And as I’m sure you all know, a week later our friends in the Orthodox churches will be celebrating their Easter (according to the Julian Calendar).

So I might have two Easters and not post anything until May 6.

If anybody wants to send me a Fabergé egg, or two, then feel free.

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7 thoughts on “Taking a break

  1. Kris Moore

    As usual thank you for all that you do and enjoy celebrating the arrival of spring, in anyway you choose, & with a break – but hopefully without an “Easter Egg” or any other trash concocted to “celebrate” Easter. Sorry my supply of faux Faberge eggs has run dry!

  2. Anonymous

    Message from Leanne – Take a few days off, ********,

    Message from me – enjoy the break, I’m sure you’ll get round to a few glasses of good Malbec.

    1. Thank, Wynne. No break yet, though. Was on the road too much today; got grass to cut tomorrow; maybe tomorrow night I’ll put my feet up with a glass or two of Malbec.

      1. Patience

        A well earned rest. I have been catching up with your extensive research on the Radnorshire Arms in Presteigne. I have stayed there many times and am saddened by its current demise.
        I am a cymraes ar wasgar living in England, hoping to return to Wales, but bizarrely when some estate agents see my non Welsh name and my English address, suddenly the property that I wish to view is either under offer or off the market but back on the market a week or two later. Perhaps I should send all my queries in my native tongue ie Cymraeg.

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