21 Replies to “Honey Coloured Waves”

  1. You don’t need a sweet-tooth to work up an appetite for the want of taste of that delicious looking honey, honey…! I’ve no idea where that came from, but the honey waves look so inviting.

    1. Thank you, dear Marina !
      I learned something new today, I did not know your Easter is one week later.
      I found that very interesting so I looked it up, and if correct it has to do with the date of Gregorian and Julian calendar and the fist full moon after that Sometimes it could be more than week. I also read that it is celebrated big in Greece.
      Really interesting, my dearest friend ❤ xoxoxoxo

    2. Ah, yes, my dear Francina. It is a big celebration here in Greece however, this year it’s going to be a silent one and without family gatherings…
      As long as we can keep the virus from spreading… 😉
      xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

    3. Over here it was a silent Easter as well, no family gatherings too besides on the phone 😊 be well and stay healthy, my dearest friend 🤗❤️🤗

    1. Thank you, dear Sarah, and you’re welcome , it’s my pleasure.

      That feeling is mutual, my dear friend.
      I miss the island as well, and even more the river.
      That is I think the reason I start travelling through my files,

      Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter.

      Hugs ❤
      Francina

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