Has it really been a year since the world stood still?
That people had to stay at home on Easter? That life was no longer as we knew it?
I see pictures from Israel or the United States or even England, where people can come together again, where life is getting back to normal and I am happy.
I can’t wait to get an OK for the vaccination. After an allergy shock during a flu shot, I first have to be tested to see if I can tolerate the vaccine and get it. Unfortunately, this takes time.
My Easter greetings come today from home. I actually wanted to go out to the meadow and take pictures like last year. But unfortunately, the warm days, where the daisies are everywhere to see, came only a few days ago. No daisies to see. Yesterday I passed my park and saw some sporadically. But by then I had already taken the photos.
If you like the photos, you are welcome to use them as Easter greetings ❤ ❤ ❤ (Of course only for non-commercial use)
I hope for better times for you and the rest of Europe.
We are the opposite of you, it’s now autumn, although it’s hard to tell because it’s still so warm. After a mild, wet summer, I feel as if I’m in a jungle, no sewing (or not much) until I tame this garden.