Tag Archives: Easter

How to Throw an Easter Brunch in 15 Easy Steps.

1. Swear that this year, you WILL NOT THROW A BRUNCH. Too much work, too stressful, and there is too much going on. 2. Read in the Washingtonian that the Easter sunrise service at the Lincoln Memorial should be on … Continue reading

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How Easter looked.

// I ┬ámean, maybe it’s just me, but I find the many yards of bunting I have on hand to be one of my more practical possessions. You never know when you will need to whip it out and construct … Continue reading

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Flowers for Good Friday

Sometimes I just stand at the window and look across the back alley at this tree. It’s perfect really, every branch like a bouquet of fluffy pink flowers. The tree grows behind an abandoned, or at least very run-down, house. … Continue reading

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Easter Monkey Bread

Happy Easter y’all. If you missed an Easter service yesterday morning, I’m sorry — I wish you could have all come to the one at our church because it was awesome. I might have been tempted to do a little … Continue reading

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“For God to be a man, he must despair.”

Today is Good Friday, where we remember that God not only became flesh, but death. **************** “The night on Golgotha is so important in the history of man only because, in its shadow, the divinity abandoned its traditional privileges and … Continue reading

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2 comments on Easter from those who said it well

“He has forced open a door that has been locked since the death of the first man. He has met, fought, and beaten the King of Death. Everything is different because He has done so. This is the beginning of … Continue reading

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