The Gazette’s Easter Bunny

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Easter Bunny postcard from 1907. (Source: Wikipedia)

Easter Bunny postcard from 1907. (Source: Wikipedia)

Funny thing about Easter Bunnies — and you know there is more than one Easter Bunny — they can also take on human form when appearing as hares might be too dangerous for them.

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Nudism/Naturism: Been a long time since I rock ‘n’ rolled

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Yes, I am posting a lot today. I guess I’m feeling a lot better . . .

Because of the weather and a cold virus from hell, I have missed the past two — or is it three? — swim events with my naturism group.

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Why I fear the hockey playoffs

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I’ve always been a Montreal Canadiens fan, like most people born and raised in the province of Quebec. Hockey is in our blood; we were raised hearing about and seeing the on-ice accomplishments of people like Jean BĂ©liveau, Rocket Richard and Guy Lafleur, and listening to the electrifying play-by-play commentary by the likes of Danny Gallivan. There’s no doubt: Montreal is the hockey capital of the world.

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Slogging, not blogging

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This rather abstract medieval painting of the Battle of Hastings pretty much represents my personal battle during the past couple of weeks. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

This rather abstract medieval painting of the Battle of Hastings pretty much represents my personal battle during the past couple of weeks. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

In case you are wondering why I haven’t been blogging much during the past two weeks . . .

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British TV: Dark endings

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Do you watch many British TV programs?

I watch quite a few, on the PBS and Knowledge networks. But after being left in tears with yet another dark, dark ending to a show, I’m thinking I may steer clear of British programs for a while.

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