Happy Easter weekend!
In honor of the holiday weekend, I thought I’d share a groundbreaking, and incredibly important study recently conducted by the National Confectioners Association.
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For Catholics this is an especially significant Easter Sunday. This is the first Easter for Pope Francis, who happens to be the first Jesuit pope and the first pope from the Americas.
That’s a lot of firsts and a lot of pressure. Which would explain why Pope Francis has already dropped the ball…specifically, the basketball.
Yesterday, the sole remaining Jesuit representative in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament was knocked out.
We’re not saying Pope Francis should have spent some of that prayer power he’s been requesting on aiding his fellow Jesuit institutions of here in the US of A, we’re just saying he could have.
But today is a day of joy and spring and family and forgiveness, so we’ll not dwell, but wish you all a Happy Easter and a lovely Sunday!
…just for fun:
…about your Easter bonnet.
Here at 2WC headquarters the weather is beautiful, the bunnies are chocolate, and it’s been a lovely day.
We wish you and yours a lovely Easter Sunday, and ask that you excuse our brevity, but we have some Easter relaxation to partake in.
But before we go, as promised (in slight jest) last Sunday, a poem:
It’s here, Easter Sunday, and Spring’s arrived too!
With bunnies and baseball and flowers (achoo!)
Colored eggs, candy, and pastels abound,
With family and friends (and more food) around.
There’s faith, cheer, and gladness, for with Spring arrives hope.
Hope even for Cubs’ fans (perhaps a forced joke).
Still, a very Happy Easter to those far and near.
We hope it’s a good one, and full of good cheer.
And Cubs’ fans, don’t worry…there’s always next year.