Favorite Things to do in Spring


Well, I usually love the spring break as a chance to visit friends. Since I live in a small town, the spring semester between teaching is my chance to go to Tokyo or Yokohama. Traveling is restricted at the moment, so I’ve spent most of my time locally.  I hope all of you out there are well, both physically and emotionally. Keep your head up! If you’re stuck inside, a binge watch may be a good thing- things to completely take you mind away from news. Personally, I watched a few episodes of Are You Being Served, Yes Minister, and Martin. (My sense of humor is wide ranging) Also, Tiger King on Netflix is just so bizarre I couldn’t stop watching it.

I look forward to spending the spring outdoors. Since I know most people are quarantined, I thought I’d share a few pictures of some of my favorite spring places with the hopes that I’ll be able to once again have a big picnic out there someday soon.







18 thoughts on “Favorite Things to do in Spring

  1. Those pictures are wonderful. And another person who loves Are You Being Served? Yes!! My people! I love that show and think I’ll binge it again tonight. 🙂 Tot and I binged Monty Python Sunday. Great post.

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  2. Are You Being Served? is one of my favorite shows! I just found it last week and now my kids and I are re-watching it. Well, I’m re-watching it. It’s all new to my kids! Now is the best time for binge-watching! Stay safe!

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  3. Thanks for sharing such great, inviting pictures. Here in the Midwest in the US, it’s still cold and dreary. The sun poked through for a short time yesterday, but otherwise, looking outside is “bleah.! I have been doing exercise videos at home, since I can’t go out to class. I step out a few times a day to get some fresh air. But as I say in my post, the minute the weather starts getting warmer, my whole family starts thinking about going camping!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! It’s great you have the discipline to do exercise videos. I need to do better:)


  4. Those photos were wonderful, Echo. Thanks so much for sharing. LOVED the fountain!
    A friend of ours recently moved to Japan and we were planning on going to visit. I’m not sure when that will happen now but fingers crossed we’ll get there sometime.

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