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7:55 - Happy Easter! He is risen! I, however, am not. Yet.
8:23 - The guest room (slash my cousin's old bedroom) at my aunt and uncle's house. I love staying here.
8:39 - Ready for church. Neither snow nor sleet nor 40-degree weather will keep me from wearing my new sundress, sans nylons, this morning. Little did you know that my feet have mysteriously disappeared.
8:56 - On the road to church with my aunt.
9:02 - Easter lilies. I've always liked how lilies are kind of a messy flower--their pollen gets everywhere.
11:15 - You will know the Presbyterians by the mostly-empty trays of goodies they leave in their wake. (Totally a good reason to go Presbyterian, by the way.)
11:30 - The upside to having church in a gym: after-service hockey! Pots of Easter flowers make excellent goalposts, as any church kid will tell you.
12:03 - It is a truth universally acknowledged that it must be freezing on Easter, but at least we got plenty of sunshine. (Note the complete lack of leaves on the tree, though. Spring is still half asleep up here.)
3:36 - Easter lunch detritus in the kitchen.
4:28 - Checking in on various Easters back home, and wondering whether they'd wait for me if I ran to the airport now. Triple-timing, bicoastal Easter would be awesome, don't you think? Oh, to have spring break again.
6:00 - My portable knitting, the Lace Ribbon Scarf. We're making up slowly after
6:42 - After a major holiday, we do just what every red-blooded American family would: sit around with our leftover hors d'oeuvres and our BBC costume dramas and our yarn (well, that part's just me). Doesn't everybody?
Happy (day after) Easter, all. See you May 12 if not before.