Easter’s not a holiday I put much stock in anymore. I’ve never been religious and the idea of celebrating someone rising from the grave seems decidedly more vampiric than divine to me.
But we did celebrate as a family when I was young, when egg hunts, berries, and candy held much more interest than they do now (to be honest, berries are still pretty exciting).
So a list of things I personally remember or have been told about past Easters, in a roughly chronological order.
How about you? Any Easter memories that you’d like to share? Continue reading “Easter Memories”
I’m back at Yale, thanks to Megabus. The air here is hot but we just had one of those fat-dropped summer rains. This is definitely one of my favorite times of year- if not my favorite holiday (we’re not religious).
But I think the goddess Ostara sounds cool. It amuses me how Christian holidays are always placed over preexisting pagan ones.
I considered not doing a post today at all, because I’m tired and I’m mentally prepping myself for the school week and for lots of ballroom practice ahead of our Spring Show on Friday. And also because my easy option- answering the NST weekend poll– is perfume-based, and I feel guilty writing about perfume two days in a row. Because it’s very much a niche interest of mine. But I at last have decided that a post is better than no post, and if I want to write it I should, rather than worrying about imaginary anonymous displeased people. Continue reading “NST’s Lazy Weekend Poll: Easter”