Is it any accident that Easter, the Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, is celebrated in spring, the season of renewal and rebirth? Not an accident at all. The holiday also has roots in the pagan world, as pagans also celebrated death and resurrection after the spring . . .
Is it really Easter, already? It certainly isn't Easter without Peeps and although I love, love, love Peeps, I've resisted buying any so far. Oh, I know they're pure sugar. And that's the whole reason we love them, isn't it?As you probably know, Peeps scenes have been all the rage for years now. So, . . .
That Nature is a Heraclitean Fire and the comfort of the ResurrectionCLOUD-PUFFBALL, torn tufts, tossed pillows ' flaunt forth, then chevy on an air-built thoroughfare: heaven-roysterers, in gay-gangs ' they throng; they glitter in marches.Down roughcast, down dazzling whitewash, ' wherever an elm . . .
Almost here. Are you ready? Despite the religious significance of Easter in the Christian world, our Easter traditions are quite secular. And there's some interesting history behind them, mostly related to celebrating SPRING.Like coloring eggs. Which I love.In ancient Egypt, Rome, Persia and . . .
Starting the celebration with thisbouncing little bunny.Too damn cute, so I couldn't resist.Enjoy ... serious stuff coming all too soon. . . .
It isn't Easter without Peeps.And I promise this isn't sacrilegious. I don't think. . . .
Reinvent yourself. Do it all. . . .
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