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Easter

 So Easter (which seems to last forever here) has come and gone..
It brought with it lots of church, lots of candles, and way too much food (though not enough chocolate, and absolutely NO marshmallow peeps!)
A good time was had by all, but somewhere in the middle both George and Costas got sick, and now we're just hoping for a quick recovery for both. 
Unfortunately with only one "briza" (plug converter), I can only charge one device at a time, and it's usually the cell phone or the laptop that wins, leaving the poor camera battery to never see a full charge, and hence, not enough photos of any of the Easter festivities.  I did manage to get the above shot of Geoge before he got too dirty, but we missed out on a family shot of the 3 of us.  It's really cute, I think he's looking more and more like Costas every day. 
Once everyone is healthy again we'll try for another photo.. maybe this weekend at George's name-day party?  We'll see..

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  1. Love the sunglasses! Too cute.

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  2. Hi! Wonderful photos and George looks great with his sun glasses! Tell him Χρονια Πολλα! Congratulations! My hb is also George and unfortunately this year I'm not here to celebrate - I fly to Finland for 'my' holidays! Have a lovely spring! x Teje

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  3. Thanks for sharing your experiences with us all. It's always interesting to hear and see what you're up to.

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  4. He looks so grown up! Look at how leggy he's gotten... :)

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  5. Very nice, thanks for sharing.

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