Happy Easter

This morning is Good Friday. Happy Easter to you all.

As I sit at my computer and listen to the sounds of the world waking up outside, I heard the noises of the grandchildren waking up inside.
I went to check on them and this is what I found.

One is still sound asleep but the other two are quietly reading.
I love moments like these.

34 thoughts on “Happy Easter

  1. Happy Easter family of mine . yes Paul it is great to see children reading .Isell second hand books at the Markets and I often give a book to a child who wants toread but doesnt have any pocket money left .
    As Sues mom I am a reader Sue is a reader so are her children and now their children .I am proud of them

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    1. And so you should be Mum. Book-selling is a noble endeavor and giving to those who cannot afford is so touching. My Dad .didn’t finish school – he had to work to help support the family when he was young. Nonetheless he rose in responsibility at work until, when he retired, he was the General Manager of a division with 500 employees under him. He was a kind man and he delighted in helping kids to read and watching them read. i inherited his love of books

      Thank you for being a great Mum and Happy Easter.

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  2. I was just thinking about you the other day, “What is she up to, I wonder?” And here you are. 🙂 What a special moment to walk in on. I love that the kids are reading and not playing video games or watching TV. To me, that makes it even more special.

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    1. I’m still around. Just not as vocal as I used to be. Still trying to work on time management. 🙂
      I hope you’re well and happy my dear.


  3. This is very precious. I love the fact that these precious grandchildren are deep in their books. Just thought I would drop by to see how you are doing Suzanne. Loved seeing this! 🙂

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