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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Happy Easter!


No hunting Easter eggs in Taos today, it is snowing. I took this photo yesterday and there is a bit more on the ground today and it is still coming down. I told you it snowed in April :-).
I am comfy in bed reading a wonderful book called "The Painter from Shanghai" by Jennifer Cody Epstein. Very rich and textured. I have plans for a yummy breakfast and working on my book. I also have a beautiful bowl to glaze today. What are you up to? XOXO

11 comments:

Lizzy Frizzfrock said...

Good early afternoon... It is warm (72 degrees) here just east of Austin. We had a bit of rain this morning probably from the weather front that just passed through Taos. We had waffles, eggs & a bit of bacon for breakfast. Now the sun is out, I may transplant some flowers in a few & plant a new hydrangea. Then it's a bit of watching the Masters Golf on TV. I'm reading 100 Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez just now, but generally in the evening before bedtime.
Have a lovely day...
Lizzy :-)
PS~ I hope to spend a week or two in Taos this summer. We love staying in the Burch Street Casitas...

sukipoet said...

snowing. zounds. sounds like you are having a fun day though. be well, suki

kj said...

i like your spirit in this post, annie--nicely content to just do what you do.

i'm sooo glad i do not have snow. i'm glad you don't mind yours. i'm waiting for a bit more warmth to get out in my yard and start my spring cleanup--nice and concrete!
hope all is well with you
:)

M.Kate said...

Yikess...and I thought that spring has sprung...maybe it forgot to check the calendar...

Erin Davis said...

My parents live in Albuquerque and they had lots of hail. We are actually having better weather in Spokane, just nice spring rain. We had a great brunch with my family, and then I curled up with a good book and took a nap. :0)

Kristin said...

I agree. Good day for a read and a glaze. I look forward to an image of it completed. I miss the vast skies and clouds over the desert in New Mexico. I miss the mountains. The light is much more diffuse in the Bay Area.

mermaid said...

Sure sounds cozy. I went to a yoga class and then met up with a friend for lunch. My hubby and I spent some quiet time together as my daughter was with her grandparents.

Paula said...

All weekend was rainy, windy and wintry here. Made for a good time to stay in the studio and get some things finished up.

Annie, the shrines are made entirely of chipboard........lots of "stuff" layered on. Ready to hang on a wall.

Lubna said...

It is HOT. Close to 40 degrees. Anyone wants to swap places?
Belated Easter Greetings. Hope your Mum is recovering. Hugs

Melanie said...

Oh my Annie! I hope your Easter Bunny has snow shoes. :-)

I have just posted my Sunday- the weather is such a contrast to yours- Spring was dancing big time -it felt like everything was rejoicing in the sunshine.

Annie Coe said...

Lizzy-Welcome, I know those casitas. Hope you had fun in the garden.
Suki-It was fun :-).
K.J. Glad to see you back, missed you this last week.
M.Kate- :-).
Erin-Sounds lovely.
Kristen-Welcome, always happy to see a new face :-).
Meramid-Yoga and family time sounds nice.
Paula-Thanks, I could not figure it out :-).
Lubna-Hope it cools off for you.
Melanie-You make me laugh :-).