The day after Easter and the first day that the weather is complying with the Wind Advisory that was issued.
Spring in Prescott.
(This is what Steven calls it. This Wind. I find this a perfect description, those two words describing exactly what it's like to be in Northern Arizona in the Spring.)
This wind. Coming on the heels of a rather empressive earthquake rolling up from Mexico across California and into Phoenix. It could have been felt up here, but I have no recollection of this event yesterday, nor did I hear of anyone else feeling it up here.
I hope the Easter Bunny was good to you. My personal Easter Bunny brought a vintage German Easter Egg filled with goodies.
This large floral and gold egg will be in good company with the pile of vintage German eggs that adorn Foolsewoode this time of year. I adore them, and they are so impressive in their rather large and growing group.
The Easter Bunny also brought me a peanut butter filled egg entitled a "Resterbunny!" (from our dear and lovely friends at the Recess peaunut butter cup factory) Apparently, my personal Easter Bunny saw this package of chocolate and peanut buttery goodness at the store and couldn't stop laughing...which could either be caused by her fantastic sense of humor, or the fact that she's running 2 antique shops (when she's not delivering baskets and hiding eggs) and may need a vacation.
Whatever the case, it was a lovely day...full of family, food, and treats.
Now to officially blow into Spring...