Friday, April 02, 2010

is it March?


We arrived at the park this morning for our daily walk and it was hoaching.



'What the hell's going on? It's Friday?'

'Ahhh, it's Easter Friday'

'What?'

'Easter Friday, the Friday before Easter Sunday. And Monday.'

'Is it March?'

'No, April.'

'But Easter's in March.'

'Not this year.'

'I'm confused.'



Have a lovely Easter weekend Munchkins.




* bunny by ThisYearsGirl on etsy. via Conversation Pieces

15 comments:

  1. bunnies totally win. joe is so confused.

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  2. Those scottish people do speak another language!

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  3. Ive ordered the print.
    this is the cutest thing ive ever seen!

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  4. Definition of hoaching: To teem with. To have a plentiful supply of. Scottish in origin

    eg. This place is hoaching with midges

    Alternative definition of hoaching: Word of Scottish origin, meaning to desperately seek out or to want something badly.

    eg. "Ken, he's hoaching for it!"

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  5. I had no idea what hoaching meant either lol
    Gorgeous bunny print.

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  6. Love the bunny photo. And your words. Have a beautiful weekend, dear.

    xo,
    -me

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  7. Is hoaching Scottish then? I hadn't realised. Easter always takes me by surprise because they keep moving it.

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  8. I LOVE this bunny pic! Happy Easter! Thanks for sharing. x

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  9. wait, i still don't know what hoaching is! love this bunny photo.

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  10. Those scottish people do speak another language!
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  11. eeeee! bunnnnneeeeee!

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  12. redharujen6/5/10 3:23 pm

    The irony of the title of this blog is, peonies are known for hoaching with ants.

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play nice.