HAPPY EASTER!!!

Happy Easter to all of our bloggers and readers that are celebrating today. Our little fluffy friend made it to the Turleys and left baskets overflowing with chocolates and candies. The poor overworked bunny forced to work a bit later by a questionnaire from Madie.

Our kids are “double-dippers” — getting both Passover and Easter.

We are preparing for our annual Easter Egg hunt when we invite all of the neighborhood kids for a massive search for hundreds of eggs. It is a gorgeous day. We have 300 eggs to hide this year.

I will be making our traditional mustard-herb coated lamb tonight with a favorite Cabernet. We have to do two legs for the guests and Leslie and the kids have made a bunny cake.

Happy Easter to everyone — now hop to it and eat more chocolate!

Jonathan Turley

20 thoughts on “HAPPY EASTER!!!”

  1. What John & Eleazer Bryan said!

    Happy Easter to all!

    Prof. JT,

    Interesting dinner! Are you adding mash potatoes and/or asparagus with this?

  2. I have the task of reporting back to my home planet the various traditions and customs which exist here in America. I can understand in a way the hunt for the egg. Except rabbits are born not hatched. And if its an Easter Bunny then how did it get so old in just a few hours on the Day of Easter. And what is the relevance of bunnies and eggs to Christ rising from the dead? And if Christ was put on a cross on Friday then why do they call it Good Friday? Why not Bad Friday? And the immaculate conception notion is sort of related to eggs and rabbits which don’t hatch from eggs. And why do they color eggs? And why do birds of a feather flock together? And why do Hispanics call the Jesus guy Hey Zeus? I only have a few hours to gather these facts up and email up to Remulak or I will get fired and someone said that if I get fired then I will have a “come to Jesus moment”. Dog only knows what they meant by that.

  3. Happy Spring, Happy Easter, Happy Passover and happy whatever day you keep. Save the humans!

  4. Happy Easter to all! It’s warm but rainy here, smells like spring at last. We’re off to Easter brunch, going to try to not over eat, wish me luck.

    1. I am thinking Ostara, the goddess, is long dead. And you are almost a month late celebrating Ostara the holiday.

  5. Many of my father’s friends were Polish. Easter is a big deal for Polish people. They would all give up alcohol for lent. We would go to their houses on Easter morning to eat Polish sausages, knishes, babka., etc. They would all have gone to sunrise service and started drinking right after the service. They were wild breakfasts. Happy Easter to all but particularly all Poles. I am evolving, @ least on a Holiday.

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