Happy Easter to All of You…
• Easter-picture from Boden,.my hometown.
• Keep distance to each other,.important in these times.
You can still have a good time together.
• And take care of each other.
And give an extra thought to everyone who works in health-care during this Easter.
Just an observation Peder, but given the religious significance for many, the festival is not necessarily a happy one across all days, at least until the resurrection/ascension of Christ.
I only mention this as I once wished a devoutly religious colleague a happy Easter and his reply indicated solemn days and contemplation in the earlier part of the Triduum.
All said and done I have always found Easter to be a special time of rememberance which should inspire us all.
Yes, best wishes to all for what for many of us will be the weirdest Easter ever (and double bank holiday in UK).
Keep safe and stay well!
A very different Easter, but hope all have a happy and safe holiday weekend at home.
Happy Easter everyone, and keep safe.
Off course, the irony is a beauty to behold. Roll on Sunday.
And roll the stone away on Monday.
After a wonderful day,.together with my friend,but in self-isolation.
• As you can see,.it was a bit skiing,before we shall have some food,in the cabin that we are in.
• We saw these in the sky just now
Had some hot cross buns for breakfast.
Indeed - today is Good Friday which is the polar opposite in tone and feeling to Easter, which is/starts on Sunday. It’s a bit like wishing someone Happy New Year on December 30th.
That said, I’m happy to mentally interpolate an implied future tense when I get wished a slightly premature Happy Easter.
Avoiding politics in line with forum rules and reporting this purely verbatim, the potus has today tweeted ‘HAPPY GOOD FRIDAY ALL!!!’
Clueless, unaware, inept. A lot of flak has been heading his way since this blunder.
@frenchrooster,…And that means…??
The old women flying in the sky…on your picture. You don’t name it like that in Sweden?
Because I thought it was a bit universal name ( same in France, Italy, Poland, Russia…)
@frenchrooster,…Now I understand .
In Sweden,.her name is “Påskkärring”,there is no English word for it.
The closest you can translate that swedish word with is “Easter-Lady”,.but it doesn’t get quite right.
Wesołych świat ! ( in polish)
It might translate as Easter witch (pääsiäisnoita or påskhäxa in Finland).
It’s once again time for our special seasonal dessert.
Happy Easter everyone!
Have a good Easter everyone. Keep safe.
We are of course during Passover