March 30, 2018

It's Almost Easter.

  
1. Some of the flowering trees are finally blooming. Hooray, it's spring!
Sharing with Skywatch and Floral Friday.
2. Trees are still bare in the mountains but not for long.
Sharing with B and W Weekend and Reflections.
3. Lynn has discontinued the GoFundMe page that a friend set up to help her with cancer treatment expenses. There was confusion over a donation that someone made and a credit card company seems to have flagged it as fraud, resulting in GoFundMe taking money out of Lynn's bank account without notice! Since this could destroy her budget and even her credit score, she decided to delete the fundraising effort, even though it was helpful for a while.

This picture is from our dinner on Tuesday after I drove her to the surgeon's office in Baltimore. Her healing is coming along well.

4. Sunday is Easter! Here's a cheerful display in a supermarket.


5. This is the Community Theater in Woodstock, Virginia. I assume the movie is a special event for Easter.


Enjoy your weekend!

14 comments:

  1. Blossoms at last! How lovely.

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  2. Hello, pretty blossoms. The Easter bunny is cute.
    Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. Happy Easter to you and your family.

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  3. I am glad Lynn is doing well
    I am 4 years in remission.
    Happy Easter!

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  4. It'll still be awhile for blossoms here. Happy Easter to you.

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  5. I love the miracle of bare trees becoming full of green leaves and sometimes blossoms in Spring.

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  6. Lovely black and white, with great reflections.

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  7. I can never resist trees with pink blossoms! So beautiful. However, I'm so sorry Lynn's GoFundMe went awry, and so badly, too. I'm sure I have no idea how these things happen, but I wish her well.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. I love your flowering trees shot. I hope you have a nice Easter!

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  9. So sorry about your friend's go fundme page.

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  10. Nicely done black and white reflection!

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