Welcome to the Tuesday Cafénotes on travel, nature, writing and miscellaneous moments
Every spring, the Prairie Crocus is the first plant to bloom on the prairie—even when it’s still snowing, like it has been in Calgary.
My globetrotting sister has finished another scuba diving holiday. In the Red Sea. Here she is reading ON THE WAY TO A WEDDING.
I’m still familiarizing myself with what this camera can do. But, while I know it can capture memories, I know it can’t keep them for me.
The Easter Bunny is a special kind of rabbit that lays Easter eggs, not the kind with yolks. They started doing this in the 18th century in the USA.
Easter Sunday falls on the first Sunday following the first full moon following the northern Spring Equinox. If the full moon occurs on the Equinox, the calculation is taken from there.
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A blank piece of paper is God’s way of telling us how hard it is to be God.
— Sidney Sheldon