Sister Sister – Weekend Coffee Share

Organised by Diana (Part Time Monster).

Organised by Diana (Part Time Monster).

If we were having coffee I would apologise for missing the party last week. You would probably raise a brow (Roger Moore style) because of the time – a pretty big indicator you expected me before now! But, hey, I’m here, and I’m playing catch up.

I’ve had a great deal of fun this week with the A to Z posts, and we would no doubt get that out of the way first. It is a big commitment and I’m writing my posts daily, but it’s going really well. As it’s Sunday tomorrow, and I’m having a lazy day. Well, when I say lazy day, I mean coordinating an Easter egg hunt, chasing my nephew around the garden, and waiting for my brother to arrive for his visit. But I’ll still have time to write a few posts for next week and give the impression I’m better organised!

It helps that Arrow is on a break next week. I absolutely love reviewing the show, but it’s nice to have a breather, and I have a feeling the last five episodes are going to be explosive – if the trailer is anything to go by. The anticipation is already building!

After catching up on your plans for Easter, I would share my own busy schedule. I haven’t seen my brother in months, so I’m really looking forward to his visit. We have lots packed in, plenty of family days to see us through until the next major holiday!

Today I spent the day with my sister and we always cause trouble. I love her humour, the way she understands me like no other, and can always, always make me smile. I’m rarely worried about the future because I know she’ll be there. I can see us years from now, still causing trouble, still laughing until we can barely move, still sharing our secrets. It’s a great image.

As it’s Easter we’d probably have to settle for just one cup of the good stuff and move on. But not before I hand you one of the cupcakes I made with the little chocolate eggs on top (in your favourite colour.) We would head on over to Diana’s place and catch up with everyone else, share the love, and then dash off with the promise to return next week.

Happy Easter everyone. Thanks for stopping by.

Mel

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14 Comments

I love how close you are to your siblings. What a wonderful warm feeling. Perfect for Easter.

Love this post right from the beginning. I got a very late start also and am daily posting for the A to Z so now I don’t feel so bad. I am hoping to use some time to catch up on my reading now.

It’s lovely to hear how close you are to your siblings. Have a wonderful Easter 🙂

I’m having a mostly lazy day, though I’m also catching up on comments and postings. 🙂

I think we are all playing catch up with blogging, A to Z, and life! I know I am! Happy Easter!

I’m in awe of those of you who posted today in addition to the A to Z posts!!! I wrote all of mine in March but keeping up with comments and reading other blogs is pretty much a full-time job, or so it seems. Hope you had a great Easter!

Stephanie
http://stephie5741.blogspot.com

I hope you had a nice Easter and enjoyed the visit with your brother. It’s nice when we can catch up with loved ones we don’t see very often 🙂

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