Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:01 PM
Happy Easter everyone, a very special day indeed! Being home with my family makes it even more special. Among all of the happy memories gathered in the last days, I have received another amazing gift, namely 45 followers who consider my blog worth reading. I want to thank you for joining in and being my constant observers. Thank you!

I wish you all peaceful holidays, many many smiles and lots of rest (I don't about you, but I am having troubles in avoiding to eat everything my mom prepared, all delicious but we could feed an army today!!! lol)

Enjoy ...



You can't go home and not enjoy your Mom's delicious cooking while you have the chance! Just enjoy it all and eat a bit less once you get back to Germany.

Congratulations on your 45th follower!

Congratulations on reaching 45 - followers that is!

It's fun watching the numbers grow -but it is equally fun being a follower of yours and reading your blog.

This A-Z Challenge had brought me to some amazing sites - yours being one of them.

Enjoy the eating! Yum - there is nothing like Mom's cooking to put a smile on a face. (I know because I've got one of those mom's too)

Cheers, Jenny

Happy Easter! :)

The Cat Hag

Enjoy your mum's cooking whilst you can! I'm so glad you are there at home with the family over this Easter holiday. Congratulations on your 45th follower. I always enjoy reading your blog, and I am sure you will gain many more!

It's no surprise your blog is growing popular. It's great. You'll be at 100 before you know it. Have a wonderful time with family.

@Desiree - mom is the best cook in the world :) And due to the cold the diat is on :)
@Jenny - this is so sweet of you, thank you! I have so much catching up to do with the challenge! Many posts to read!
@Addie - hope you had happy holiday!
@Barb - thank you my friend!

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