When I look at these 2 photos*, taken on July 5th and September 2nd, I think …
“I probably won’t be able to see this car by winter!”
note: if hair was like plants, barbers wouldn’t be very busy in the winter.
double note: I’m glad nature isn’t bald.
triple note: I wonder if André The Giant every said, “I’m overgrown.”
quadruple note: possibly Easter is, when it is, because eggs are harder to find in the summer. I could be wrong; I usually am.
quintuple note: if I worked on a chicken farm, everyday would be Easter! … and I’d probably have a funky smell.
* actually I forgot that I’d taken these 2 photos, but I must have known that I’d know they would come in handy someday.
Today I lost weight … it was atomic weight, but it still felt good.
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Why is Easter not celebrated in Eastern countries very much? They should change the name to “Wester”.
note: I hope everyone has a great weekend whatever you are and whereever you believe.
double note: one of my sisters is visiting for the weekend, so I’ll be out enjoying the nice weather and hopefully spotting loads of cherry blossoms while sipping on a few Asahi beers. I’ll be back on Monday or Tuesday: don’t worry.
triple note: a sneak preview photo of “My Newest New Experiment“.
quadruple note: here’s the link to last year’s “Easter Blog” … just in case you didn’t catch it when it was fresh and new. It’s stale and old now, but still tasty.
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Someone asked me what date Easter was this year?
I didn’t know.
It’s not unusual.
I usually miss it all together.
I live in Japan and I am not very religious.
I usually hear about it in a friend’s e-mail 2 weeks after it has passed by. Maybe that is why it’s also called passover?
Just a thought.
Most North American Holidays I have a lock on: Christmas, New Years, Valentine’s Day, and Halloween are all stable.
They don’t play mind games with me.
Thanksgiving is different in the U.S. and Canada, but I know what months they are in.
Labour Day only matters to kids, because it determines what day they have to go back to school. At least in Canada; not sure about the U.S..
But Easter is a real floater.
Easter is the weatherman of holidays.