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Friday, April 2, 2021

Happy May Your Easter Be

 Hi Friends! Happy Easter ~ Spring to you!

Our weather is warming nicely but still no flowers to share just yet. Instead I thought I would share some vintage postcards with you today. If you thought my blog post title sounds a bit like backward speak you may be correct! Actually I took it from the card below, the sweet sheep grazing in the pasture above the greeting, "Happy May Your Easter Be". 



I included some bunnies and Easter Gnomes just for fun! Hope you enjoy them and they bring a smile to your sweet faces!



My husband and I have been well and both of us have now received our first Covid vaccines. Ron gets his second vaccine soon and I will get mine at the end of the month. I've just heard that the Pfizer vaccine is good for about 6 months. Guess we will be spending more time at medical clinics than we would like. We are still wearing our masks etc. though as variants are still spreading and all the states around us have ditched their mask requirements. 

This Easter I am very thankful that we have made it through this. I remember last year at this time I was very worried about all of it. I hope you are all well and are able to enjoy this beautiful time of year. Happy Spring and if you celebrate, Happy Easter as well.

Hugs, from Diane and Guy🐤🐥💕


8 comments:

  1. Happy Easter! Delightful vintage cards. With such an inflection, I bet that "Happy may your Easter be" is from a vintage British card, reflecting one of their native tongues like Welsh or perhaps a regional dialect.

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    1. Thank you Debra! I'm sure you're correct that there was much influence at that time from the area we now know as the UK. Our language has continued to evolve over time. I finally read through a batch of old letters from 1945 and I was so surprised at all the words and phrases that were used at that time. The back of the card says it was printed in Germany. It was sent in the USA within the state of Michigan. I love history, and I guess that's partially why I'm drawn to old things!

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  2. Happy Easter Beautiful Soul! Sorry I'm late coming around! Loving your vintage cards! So precious! "Happy may your Easter be", very cool! Reading what you and Debra wrote! Happy you and your hubby got your first shots! Where I live, the numbers are going through the roof! It's crazy! I'm not taking my mask off! We are all going to get through this! Big hugs!! Give Guy a hug from me!

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  3. Good that you are being careful, this virus is so unpredictable. Hard to know how it will effect a person. Our insurance paid for our vaccine and we were able to get it at our local hospital. They were very quick and efficient. Hope you had a great Easter. Hugs!

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    1. That is excellent! I hope you and your hubby are well! Big hugs to you and Guy!

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  4. Lovely cards ...
    Also pleased to read about your vaccinations.

    Belated Happy Easter Wishes.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thank you Jan. Hope you had a lovely Easter as well. ~ Diane

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