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Sunday Inspiration: So Long Dirty World, Hello Springtime

Lullington Church with spring flowers

Lullington Church with spring flowers taken from the wall next to the village green. (Photo credit: Wikipedia).

Spring shows what God can do with a drab and dirty world. ~Virgil A. Kraft

Happy  Easter to everyone in the blogosphere!  May you be blessed with beautiful weather, the love of friends and family, and good food—especially good food.

The above quote from Virgil A. Kraft describes spring—and Easter—perfectly, doesn’t it?  We all endure a long, cold, and gray winter every year; it seems never-ending, until suddenly the whole damn world explodes with the brightest greens, pinks, whites, purples, and blues you ever saw.

Regardless of what you believe or not believe when it comes to religion, there is no denying that Easter is one of the happiest and sunniest times of year (even when it is cold and pissing down rain like it was last year!)  It puts a smile on my face just thinking about it.  How about you?

My mom Jackie

My mom Jackie and great uncle Wayne last June.

Today also happens to be my mother’s 65th birthday.  Happy birthday, mama!  I am going to be busy this morning preparing her birthday meal.  We’re having Quiche Lorraine, Swiss cheese and spinach Quiche, cheddar soup, and a ton of other dishes oozing with cheese.  That’s what mama wants, so that’s what she’ll get.  I just hope I don’t OD on all that dairy.  Geeugh.

That’s it from me today, folks.  Please let me know how your Easter is going/went by leaving a comment below.  I welcome all feedback and look forward to hearing from you!