Bank Holiday Monday


Happy Easter to one and all for yesterday, and today is a bank holiday. Usual British weather seemingly dictates that it shall rain. Is it raining where you are?

This week we have more smashing blogs for you, Poppy’s next chapter of the Marsh of Adventure. Fiona isn’t sure what she’s doing this week but it might be a review of the Noddy paperback she bought recently.

I don’t know what I shall be blogging about. It might be the next chapter of The Missing Papers, as we’re getting so near the end.  If not, I hope it won’t disappoint.

To celebrate Easter, here is one of Blyton’s own Easter poems from the Enid Blyton Poetry Book.

A Happy Easter

A happy Easter, birds and bees,
A happy Easter, laughing trees,
Happy Easter, daffodils,
Whose golden cups the sunshine fills.
A happy Easter, lambkins white,
And little rabbits, skipping light,
A happy Easter, skylark gay,
And cuckoo speeding on your way,
A happy Easter, one and all,
Whether you are big or small,
Little snail or mighty tree,
A happy Eastertide from me!

And with that, I shall leave you with some of my random pictures!

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3 Responses to Bank Holiday Monday

  1. Anonymous says:

    Looking forward to the new blogs – Happy Easter!
    Francis

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  2. chrissie777 says:

    Hi Stef,

    Is that a car window with all the water drops? I like it.
    We had very little rain for April which is unusual for New England. It snowed one more time last week and there was one day with very low temperatures which was the coldest since 1908. This was quite a long winter with plenty of snow.

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