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If you're looking for Easter around the neighborhood, chances are you're not going to find decorated Easter trees or lights around the eaves. We've been lucky, so far, in avoiding the overcommercialization of a more important church holiday than Christmas. This is one celebration still looked forward to and anticipated, not dreaded.
In addition to Joe and Dan, a number of people were received into full communion having already been baptized: Tracy, Jerry, Joe, Ashley, Erik, Betsy, Jon and Vannessa. All ten including Mary, Todd and Jessica also received Adult Confirmation. It was a long service, over two hours, but really nothing compared to the 6 months of preparation.
Easter food was blessed yesterday. Most people took great care to make a beautiful and meaningful presentation. Nice baskets of vegetables, pork, salt, butter, a lamb, sweets. Seems to be more of a Polish tradition, which would explain why I'd never done it before. Mine was the only frozen turkey there! .
Looked for Easter at Retzer Nature Center yesterday. Always a good place to find God.
Enjoy the holiday.