Alleluia! He is Risen.

Happy Easter!

Random thoughts:

Regular coffee, heavy on the latte, never tasted so good.

Neighbors who gear their annual Easter egg hunt and party around my Mass schedule are wonderful.

Chocolate: the breakfast of champions and hyper kids.

I think I need to get to work on a new blog header. Totally forgot about that.

I’m eating a decadent breakfast. I’m too lazy to do links and recipes now. Maybe later this week. Plenty of Easter to enjoy – 50 days!

Splurged on flowers and bushes to transform a bare part of my yard to beauty (even though my husband has to be convinced that spending money on someone else’s property is worthwhile). Planned to get them in the ground yesterday, but it poured until late afternoon. Can’t wait until tomorrow to get my hands dirty.

I really missed comments and love notes in my email. Happy to leave my hermetic blogging life.

Happy it is Easter. Lent was good. Easter is better.

9 thoughts on “Alleluia! He is Risen.

  1. Happy Easter, my beloved sister! Christ is risen and loved us so much, he made us sisters! Joy to you and your family this season and for always.

  2. Happy Easter!!!! Glad your combox is back – it never feels quite “right” e-mailing something as insignificant as anything I might put into a combox… 🙂

  3. Happy Easter, Michelle. Enjoy that coffee and all that chocolate and a long afternoon nap (haha!)!

  4. Yeah, comments are back! Yeah, I’ve gotten a wee bit of flack from fellow renters for spending so much time doing yard work on my rental home too. But, I have to live here, and I want it to look nice while I’m here. Besides, it’s therapeutic to plant things. Feels nice to step back and admire my handy work. Happy Easter!

  5. I’m happy to be able to comment again – during Lent you wrote so many things that I desperately wanted to thank you for! I’ll do it all now. I loved all your posts during Lent and the one in particular about God choosing your Lenten cross really stood out to me. I thought I was doing so well this Lent: I gave up at least one thing for every sense (e.g. to mortify the sense of smell, I gave up all my fancy bath stuff; to mortify my sense of touch, I always took the most uncomfortable chair in the room). About 2/3 of the way through Lent I went into preterm labor and after a four day stay in the hospital and 24 days (so far) of driving back and forth to see my daughter in the NICU 45 minutes away, I have realized that a new cross has been chosen for my husband and me, as well. We’re still trying to figure out how we can glorify God in all this and how He will use this experience to change us. Through it all I have been reading your blog and it has been very grounding. I appreciate that you’ve continued writing through Lent and I hope you have a very blessed Easter season!

  6. Amanda,I wish you had emailed me! I’m praying for you, your family, and especially your little girl. May she join you, at home, very soon.

  7. Happy Easter! So glad the comments are back 🙂

  8. A wonderful Easter to you and yours, dear Michelle!

  9. Been lovin’ your posts – as usual! You should write a book!

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