Sunday, April 8, 2012

Easter Sunday

Hey V ... Easter Eggs have a long history and have developed to have different meanings by country, religion and commercialism.  According to Wikipedia in the Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches Easter Eggs are dyed to represent the blood of Christ, shed on the cross, and the hard shell of the egg represents the sealed tomb of Christ, the cracking of which symbolizes the resurrection from the dead.  Pretty heavy.  To my nieces and nephews it represent colour, fun and chocolate.  Ciao J.


  1. Happy Easter! I love Easter eggs.

  2. The eggs are so beautiful I'd feel bad for eating them. Only for half a second. :D
    Have a very sweet Easter Joe!