HAPPY EASTER AND PASSOVER!
To children everywhere Easter is jelly beans, bunnies, plastic eggs filled with candy and money, baskets full of chocolate and all things that are sweet and delicious.
To adults it has more meaning – Christ has arisen!
It is a time to reflect on our own self worth.
It is a time to put our best foot forward in God’s image.
It is a time to teach our children the real reason for Easter and Passover.
It is a time to be kind and caring and carry this theme throughout the year.
It is a time to love one another and accept our differences.
It is a time to encourage our children to be the best that they can be.
It is a time to do all we can do to make our world a better place.
It is a time to pray to God to give us the strength and courage and conviction to do all the above.
I pray that everyone will have a blessed and Happy Easter and Passover!
My cactus is doing its best to send along some flowers for Easter. For that I am thankful! It also flowers around Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Here are some Easter flowers to perk up your spirits. In the photo below you can still see some snow patches outside my backyard. I positioned the Easter Lily in front. Hopefully all the snow will be gone by Easter Sunday.
Here is a lovely Easter Flower Basket that I plan to share on Sunday with my family.
Thank you for stopping by! It’s always nice to see you! Come by again soon!
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A perfect book for Easter is Lamby the Lonely Lamb – about a purple lamb. Check it out on Amazon. I wrote it for my granddaughter when she was only four years old. She is now eight! Time does fly!
This book teaches children to be kind to one another and accept differences of color.
Lamby is a very different lamb because of his color. He is very lonely and only wants to be accepted by the other lambs. Find out what lesson Lamby learns when a little girl, Leah, comes to the farm where Lamb lives.
Happy Reading! Reading is good for your health!
Blessings of the season to you and yours and lots of hugs!