I am looking forward to our Seder on Saturday night, which will be the first time our family will be getting together in-person in over a year. I am hoping that my 2-1/2-year-old grandson will be able to ask "The 4 Questions." The first one, "Why is this night different from all other nights?", will really take on a new meaning this year. Wishing freedom for all people in this coming year.
For Easter, I'll be conducting a real, actual (as opposed to virtual), outdoor Easter egg hunt with my group of 4-year-olds. I'll be discussing with them the farm where the eggs were raised, and that the eggs came from chickens.
I'm hoping that my lovely significant other will whip up a batch of fresh scrambled eggs for me from our local farmers' market and that we will sit down and share a wonderful Easter breakfast together.
Clinical systems engineer
I'm getting together with my wife's sister's family, outdoors of course. We are planning to barbecue steaks and lobster. I know it is going to be a wonderful day and I'm really looking forward to it.
We are going to church in the morning for Mass and are looking forward to some beautiful music and fellowship there with dear friends and family.
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